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Orient Ray Black Dial 21-Jewel Automatic Dive Watch on Rubber Strap EM6500BB


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  • Imported
  • Orient
  • EM6500BB
  • Ray
  • automatic
  • men's

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Product Specifications

Watch Information
Brand, Seller, or Collection Name Orient
Model number FEM6500BB
Part Number EM6500BB
Item Shape Round
Dial window material type Mineral
Display Type Analog
Clasp Buckle
Case material Stainless steel
Case diameter 41
Case Thickness 13.30
Band Material Rubber
Band length Men's Standard
Band width 22
Band Color Black
Dial color Black
Bezel material Stainless Steel
Bezel function Unidirectional
Calendar Day and date
Special features Rotating Bezel
Movement Japanese automatic
Water resistant depth 200 Meters

Product Description

The new Orient EM6500BB is nick named the Ray. It is similar to the Orient Mako series but the Ray has stronger (i.e. brighter) luminous material on the hour markers and hands. It comes with a black dial, black 60 click uni-directional dive bezel, 21-jewel automatic movement, a  quick set day and date, screw down crown, and a superb black rubber dive strap with a dolphin logo. Movement: Orient 21-Jewel Automatic (self-winding). Case: Brushed stainless steel, 41mm x 13.3mm thick. Back: Solid screw-in back. Crystal: Hardened Mineral. Band: Rubber dive style strap, buckle closure, 22mm. Water Resistant: 200 meters. Warranty: 1 Year.

  • ASIN: B008G3C042
  • Product Dimensions: 4.7 x 3.6 x 2.9 inches; 10.4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 10.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Item model number: FEM6500BB
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #36,511 in Watches (See Top 100 in Watches)
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    Customer Reviews

    Both are very good watches, and among my favorites.
    VoiceOver Guy
    The dive strap that the Black Ray on Rubber (this watch) comes with is comfortable and looks okay.
    Sam Adams
    The Ray is a fantastic watch and my third Orient purchase.
    Derek

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Dennis A. Rofoli on May 22, 2013
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    My twenty year old underwater watch had to have the battery replaced annually by a jeweler. The last jeweler failed to properly seal the watch case after replacing the battery; and since I wear my underwater wrist watch 24\7, it leaked soon after causing an electrical short and thus ruining my twenty year old watch. I started looking for an automatic underwater watch whose case did not require an annual breaking of the waterproof seal to replace the battery; and I found the Orient Ray EM6500BB Black Dial 21-Jewel Automatic Dive Watch on Rubber Strap on Amazon.com for less than $125.00 US with an added free shipping bonus. My new Orient Dive Watch has never left my wrist for over five weeks now and it keeps near perfect time. I like the fact that this handsome watch has a solid stainless steel case that measures 41.5 mm in diameter which is larger than the Submariner Model made by Rolex which has a stainless steel case diameter of only 40 millimeters. I like this watch because it represents a great value for the money I spent and the Orient Watch Company is one of the oldest watch making companies in Japan with its original patent on its own original automatic watch movement. I am so impressed with this watch that I plan to buy two more watches as gifts to give to my two children who are now fully grown adults. (I personally like the Orient Dive Watch logo of the two dolphins on the rubber watch band which I think makes this watch distinctive and easily recognizable to anyone familiar with the brand.)
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    7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Sam Adams on November 26, 2012
    The background to my getting this Orient watch is that I bought a Timex Men's T49891 Expedition Metal Field Brown Dial Brown Leather Strap Watch a few months ago when I decided to try wearing a watch after not wearing one for decades. I didn't want to spend much, and it turned out that the inexpensive Timex I got I ended up not liking because of the narrow 20mm band, the brown watch face, and the visual clutter of all the numerals. I learned that I wanted instead a 22mm band and a black watch face with no numerals at all. I began at that point intending to get a Seiko SKX007 dive watch (I mentioned this in my review of the Timex), but then spent a lot of time obsessively looking at other options, even those far beyond my budget (I discovered I especially like German watches), and ended up getting this Orient Black Ray at half the cost of the Seiko.

    The Orient is an automatic (like the Seiko), which means it doesn't have a battery and is wound by the physical movement of the watch. If you put it in a drawer it will eventually run down (40 hours after fully wound) from lack of movement, unlike a quartz watch that is battery powered and runs as long as the battery is active. Incidentally, this watch is noticeably heavier than that quartz Timex.

    It's water resistant to 200 meters, which I like, even though I'm not a diver or swimmer, because this means that I don't have to worry about getting it wet (in water), no matter what I'm likely, by intent or accident, to be doing. Orient says the watch should not be worn while scuba diving even though they say it is rated for 200 meters water resistance.
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    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By G. Smith on July 1, 2013
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    When my everyday watch stopped working, I decided that I no longer wanted to deal with batteries. I started looking at the less expensive automatic watches and stumbled on to the Orient Ray.

    My requirements were that it had to be waterproof, not just splash proof.
    No batteries.
    Decent look that went well with business casual as well as with shorts and a t-shirt
    Needs a way of some simple timing.
    Finally, it needed to be less that $150 or so.

    The Ray fit all of these requirements.

    I don't dive, but I do a lot of camping and canoeing. This means that I can end up in the rain or in the river at any time. Since it is waterproof to 200m, this works great for me.

    The auto winding does away with the batteries. No need to figure out how to get the back off to replace the batteries. As long as I wear it daily, I don't have to worry about it.

    It looks good in whatever I wear. I guess it wouldn't really go with a tux, but I think I've worn a tux 2 times in my life. And I guess I could buy the stainless bracelet and it would look fine in the tux.

    When I camp, I cook in a Dutch oven. The rotating bezel to time how long the food has been cooking. Or how long the kids have been away from the campsite. Or whatever.

    And the price is awesome.
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    I purchased this watch after intensive research on the web. I wanted a dive watch that looked great in casual and formal wear without having to worry about the costs. This was also a replacement for my Omega which was being serviced. The Orient Ray watch fit the bill. At only $109, it was a bargain. I received item quickly from the seller. The adjustment of the time and date was a synch. Time was accurate to +-2 seconds a week. Everything was great. I wore this watch only three times and got many compliments. On the third wear, I looked down and notice that the day of the week was changed. I quickly made an adjustment and noticed that the crown would no longer screw down. Asked my friends who are also watch connoisseurs to look it and they said that it was a defective crown. What a bummer. I really liked this watch, and expected a good long lasting watch. Instead I got a 3 week wear out of it. I will return it and exchange it for another brand. Maybe the quality control is better with a Seiko or a Citizen.
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