Anyone who visits the workshop where ORIENT STAR watches are made is astonished at the number of artisans working there.
“I never expected to see so many people engaged in manual work.”
Indeed, many highly skilled professionals are involved in making ORIENT STAR.
Peering through a magnifying glass, they carefully attach the hands one at a time, while looking for even the slightest irregularity and occasionally straightening the hands, making sure the tips point correctly to the time.
The long and short hands indicating the time, as well as the tiny hand showing the power reserve, all must be attached manually.
Inspection of the finished product also relies on the watchmaker’s eyes.
Looking into the watch glass through the magnifying glass, they reliably notice dust too small to be seen by the naked eye, and never overlook the slightest deviation in hand position.