Call it the year of the “unconventional” Bambino watch. After the debut of January’s Bambino SS, we’re excited to introduce another unique Bambino silhouette: the Bambino Open Heart. Orient Watch has always been known to carry one of the most extensive collections of open-heart timepieces, and it was only a matter of time that the Bambino received the open heart treatment.
The Bambino Open Heart also marks a lot of firsts for a Bambino collection. Aside from the open heart dial, it is the only model to not feature a date display (as a consequence of the open heart, of course). However, it’s clearly taken design cues from its predecessors. The thin, modern hour markers and hands are borrowed from the Bambino Version 4, while the signed onion-styled crown is similar to the one found on the Version 2.
It wouldn’t be considered a Bambino without its signature domed dial and crystal. Dimensions-wise it lines up with the Bambino SS: 40.5mm wide and just 12mm thick. It is powered by the polished caliber F6T22, a movement developed specifically for our open heart watches.