|Winding:||Automatic, Bi-Directional Automatic Winding|
|Norqain NN20/2||Complications:||24 Hour Hand, Date, GMT Hand, Independently-Adjustable 12 Hour Hand, Quick Date Correction|
|Hands:||Central 24 Hour Hand, Central Hour Hand, Central Minute Hand, Central Seconds Hand, Date Window at 3:00|
|Distinguishing Technical Characteristics|
|Production: 2020 – Current|
Cal. NN20/2 is an automatic GMT movement with date produced for Norqain by Kenissi. It is similar to the Tudor Cal. MT5652 but lacks the anti-magnetic silicon hairspring and features a different rotor and finishing.
There has been some controversy regarding the exact specifications of the two Norqain “in-house” movements, but these have been reduced with the release in July 2020 of the Freedom line which uses them. Cal. NN20/1 is smaller and based on the newer Cal. MT5402, while Cal. NN20/2 is much larger and based on the different Cal. MT5652. The difference in size is clearly visible when comparing the movements cased in the 39 mm and 40 mm Norqain Freedom watches.
Norqain has been open about the fact that their “in-house” NN20 movements are produced by Kenissi, and issued a press release affirming this partnership. Many have criticized the company for calling the movements “in-house” since they are clearly produced by a third party and based on their design.