Been Having Some Fun With Ochstin Watches

Can anyone else spot the problem? I have purchased two Ochstin watches recently, as they are $25 or less on AliExpress. The field watch on the right has a few minor issues, but it has actually been working great and has kept fairly accurate time. The 24 hour dial on the left is pretty funny, and I didn't mind spending $25 to get it, even though it is worthless to tell the time accurately. 馃槀馃ぃ馃槀馃ぃ

Is this about the hand alignment on the 24 hour? Otherwise I'm stumped.

OscarKlosoff

Is this about the hand alignment on the 24 hour? Otherwise I'm stumped.

Yes, it is a 24 hour dial with a 12 hour movement! 馃ぃ

Candide3693

Yes, it is a 24 hour dial with a 12 hour movement! 馃ぃ

Ouch, in a way it means you don't have to retrain to read a 24 hour dial, as you can ignore the number marks and go by traditional position, but the missing functionality kind is a gyp.

OscarKlosoff

Ouch, in a way it means you don't have to retrain to read a 24 hour dial, as you can ignore the number marks and go by traditional position, but the missing functionality kind is a gyp.

Oh, I know it is not really a functional watch, or at best, a library watch with a picture. I bought it as a lark. Ochstin also produces an homage of the Oris Big Crown Pointer Date, but without the date hand. 馃ぃ Half Past Blog did a review of it on his Youtube channel, and that was what got Ochstin on my radar. They are really inexpensive. I paid $25 each for these two, and these are automatic. Their quartz models are even less.

I got myself the GA2028B from them, apparently a Hamilton homage. Issues: band too long (at least could do with another keeper), date window too smll or too far back, power reserve seems very short - needs a good wind to begin with.