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As with the rest of the Revival Collection, Orient got as close to a 1:1 reproduction as it could. This Revival model features the map on the dial, the inner rotating bezel, fluted outer bezel, and day and date functionality, and polished cushion case. Noticeably different however is the day pusher at the three o’clock position. Because this newly reissued model uses the Orient Caliber F6922 movement, the crown is used to set the day and the date. It is important to note that the World Map was never a GMT, Dual Time or World Time watch. If it were, that would require the inner bezel to move in conjunction with the time as it moved forward. Instead, the World Map watch utilizes the simplicity of a free-moving bezel to find the time in a different part of the world. With the assistance of the Greenwich Mean Time Zone system (GMT) and a little bit of geography, the wearer can determine the time in a different zone by rotating the inner bezel. This particular model is limited to just 1,200 pieces worldwide. Each piece is individually numbered and each limited edition watch comes in a special commemorative box.
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