The Orient Automatic Dual Time Mens Watch or the Voyager resembles the Star's specs pretty closely and seems to have suddenly fallen out of the line and noticed only much later when it was difficult to put it back again into the league. So Orient – it seems again – decided to place it in a rank of its own. But label doesn't matter as long as the science behind and the fit and finish are phenomenal!
The 'dual-time' epithet (not in a derogatory sense) is descriptive of what one may expect out of the Orient Automatic Mens Watch, but it's not just a second dial putting you on track with a second time-zone. It's rather a wheel peeping from a cut-out in the dial, showing the 24 hours and their exact halves. So, telling the second time is partly anticipatory. But hey, you ain't in a spec-ops mission either! If you are travelling, it will help you a lot tracking the time at your destination. Or, if you run businesses offshore.
The Orient Automatic Mens Watch looks quite complex, so that's another point scored for those who avoid mechanicals for them being just plain. There's enough complexity to dig in the Orient Automatic Power Reserve FDH01001B0 FDH01001B DH01001B Mens Watch, including the dial with the date display at 6. The power reserve just opposite is a nice, little useful gimmick.
The Voyager has a few other things that mechanical watches seldom offer at this price range. The Slide Rule Calculator Bezel Function and a sapphire glass, as examples. It's a sportier alternative to formal business watches when you are on the go.
The Orient Voyager Dual Time is an executive watch throughout. It pretty well fits the zone between dressy and sports, with a business touch while screaming “adventure” all the while. The four legs this beast stands upon are dual-time and circular-date displays, slide-rule and power-reserve.
The case, all black PVD-coated, is nicely finished with signed crowns atop. The 3'o clock crown sets the time and date and stops the seconds-hand from sweeping. The other crown (@4) turns the slide rule. Both these crowns are screw-in. The see-through case-back, the bracelet and the folding buckle with push button lock, the forged clasp – all speak of Orient's artful mastery over every component.
Whoever wants to pick up a solid, real watch for the first time must pick up the Orient Automatic Sapphire Mens Watch. You'll love it if you are into the bit darker and elegant side of dressing. The black ion-plated Voyager is breathtaking and inspire for a real, outgoing lifestyle.