A look inside of the Orient YFH04001B

August 12th, 2010 Posted in Orient Watch Reviews | 3 Comments

Ever wanted to know what the heck was going on inside of your watch?

Sure, you hear it working away, but what’s it really doing?

When it comes to the Orient YFH04001B, there are no secrets. Really—there aren’t.

Its most distinguishing feature, among many other outstanding features, is its skeleton face. The watch-wearer can view the inner-workings of their watch at any time. Orient creates all of their movements in-house, so the movement you’ll be viewing is unique and authentic to Orient.

In addition to its awesome industrial appearance, the Orient YFH04001B also has a 40-hour power reserve indicator. This technical timepiece also features a prominent second hand located at the 6 o’clock position.

This watch, which has a black face, also comes in both orange and blue.

The Orient YFH03002B is a close relation to the Orient YFH04001B. Like the Orient YFH04001B, the Orient YFH03002B also features a skeleton face. It also features a 40-hour power reserve indicator on the face.

However, it’s number indexes are less visible than the Orient YFH04001B.

Both watches feature a stainless steel band as well as a double push button clasp with the Orient logo stamp.

There aren’t any secrets when it comes to these two watches. So tell us your secret—which do you prefer?

  1. 3 Comments | Tell us what you think!

  2. By Wahyu on Apr 5, 2011

    Wow very nice watch :0
    There is no secret again @ my watch ;p

  3. By Ahmed on Jul 10, 2011

    A very great watch

  4. By Ahmed on Jul 10, 2011

    You should buy this watch

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