The modern design of the Sentinel are really makes this watch stand out. For instance, the dial employs a concentric pattern in the center that transitions into a sunburst finish along the outer edge. This creates a neat reflection effect, and allows light to catch the dial in a truly unique way. The hands also play a role in the uniqueness of the design, with a cut out rectangular hour hand opposite a broad minute hand. The numbering around the dial and the tip of the second hand are contrasting orange color. The modest 40.5mm size of the Sentinel makes it instantly wearable for most. The case is mostly brushed stainless steel, a the caseback features an exhibition window for viewing the movement. The Sentinel is one of the first Orient models to be powered by the new caliber F6722 movement, which is automatic and can be hand-wound. It also can be hacked (second hand stops when you pull out the crown).
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