|Vibrations Per Hour
|Anti-Shock System||Seiko Diashock|
|Lift Angle||(Add to comments below…)|
|Functions||Central hours; central minutes; central sweeping seconds; power reserve indicator at 12:00, date at 3:00|
|Country of Manufacture||Japan|
|Known Models||Orient Star Mechanical Sports Watch “Outdoors” line (ref: RE-AU0201E, RE-AU0202N, RE-AU0203B, RE-AU0204L, RE-AU0206B, RE-AU0207L), RE-AU0006S, RE-AU0004B, RE-AU0005L (Please add your watch and more known models to the comments below…)|
The Orient caliber F6N43 is part of the F6N4 family of Orient watch movements. It is a 3-hand self-winding automatic movement with a power reserve indicator at 12:00. Orient makes their calibers in-house in Japan. The F6N43 is an evolution movement with up upgraded power reserve to 50 hours on a full wind. This calibre also includes popular functionality including the ability to manually wind the movement, as well as hacking seconds (Orient refers to this as a second hand halt mechanism).
This movement is found in Orient Star’s Outdoors line of sport watches, released in 2019.
Epson claims that the accuracy of the caliber F6N43 averages between +25 / -15 seconds per day.