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Only after diving into the design and specifications of the Kamasu will it be clear as to why it stands alone as a collection. “Kamasu” is the Japanese word for Barracuda, a fitting name for a watch where the triangular hour marker and arrow hands resemble teeth.
The design of the bezel is a little different as well—a dotted pattern in between bold numerals. The watch also sports a day and date complication similarly to the Orient divers that came before it. The case measures at 41.8mm across and 46.8mm lug to lug. The Kamasu comes equipped with a solid, oyster-style bracelet (although the end links are hollow). Up front it has been upgraded with a flat sapphire crystal and under the hood you’ll find our F6922 mechanical movement that is self-winding, hand-windable and hacking.
size without crown
F6922 Caliber Automatic, Hand-winding, Hacking Movement
Approximately 40 hours
41.8 mm without crown
200 m (Appropriate for skin diving only)
1 Year Orient Watch USA Warranty
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