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While the complications have remained the same, the layout and presentation of the dial have been shuffled. Essentially, the weekly and 24-hour sub-dials have swapped positions and sizing. The date has moved to the three o’clock position. The logo is on the opposite side and all the hands have been swapped, highlighted with a hint of red in some areas. The shape of the hour markers have relatively stayed the same and the outer ring still features a 60 second/minute marker. At first glance, this is still the Defender from yesterday, but up close, it’s received a slightly new look.The fully brushed case has been upped by a mere 0.4mm from 42mm and the off-set crown has been kicked up to the three o’clock position. Design-wise, the case structure has stayed the same, and it still sports 100m water resistance and a screwed-down crown. As mentioned, the Defender II has been upgraded to the Orient caliber F6B22, a 22-jeweled automatic, hand-winding, and hacking mechanical movement
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