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Orient Ray Blue Dial 21-Jewel Automatic Dive Watch on Rubber Strap EM6500CD


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  • Orient 21 Jewels Self-Winding Automatic Movement, Oscillation Frequency: "21,600 oscillations per hour (6 beats per sec)"
  • Stainless Steel Case with Black Resin Strap
  • Mineral Crystal, Day/ Date Display, Luminous Hands and Markers, Uni Directional Turning Bezel
  • Case Size: 41.5mm Dimater, 13.4mm Thickness
  • Water Resistant - 200M, Screw Down Crown(s) and Case Back

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Product Specifications

Watch Information
Brand, Seller, or Collection Name Orient
Model number EM6500CD
Part Number EM6500CD
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 Blue
Bezel material Stainless steel
Bezel function Unidirectional
Calendar Day and date
Movement Japanese automatic
Water resistant depth 200 Meters
Warranty type Contact seller of record

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Product Description

The new Orient EM6500CD 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 blue dial, a blue 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: B008G39NFG
  • Product Dimensions: 4.6 x 3.7 x 2.9 inches; 10.4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 10.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Item model number: EM6500CD
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #25,113 in Watches (See Top 100 in Watches)
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    I also love the deep blue color.
    Eric Youngberg
    The second hand is illuminated with lume paint, nice in the dark.
    Wilson
    Both are very good watches, and among my favorites.
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    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Je3AZ on April 26, 2013
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    I really like the look and size of the watch and the relatively low cost. In a week it lost about 15 seconds (about 2 seconds a day). That is pretty good for an automatic!! I took off the rubber band and put a NATO band on. The rubber band is not too bad except for the fish on it.

    Update July 6: Put the watch on July 1 and needed to adjust the time. Unscrewed the crown and to move the hands and the entire crown pulled out. Amazon advised that I need to contact Orient to return. I would have been nicer to have Amazon handle the return, but I understand. I called the orient repair in California and listened to a 5 min recording on how to ship back a watch. I emailed them asking for written instructions. Waiting on that now. Disapointed that the watch broke in little over 2 months. Hope this is a low level defect.
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    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By TCSF on April 24, 2013
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    This watch at +/-$105, is a great deal:

    The movement seems to be accurate.

    The material, and the construction are solid.

    The weight is not heavy. I have it on my wrist 24/7.

    The lumi on the hands is quite visible in darkness for over five hrs after it last exposed to normal in-door lighting.

    The band is, however, unnecessary long.

    The screw-in crown mechanism, and the separate crown for the days' adjustment have no added benefit.

    Lastly, the watch has no indication of the country of origin.

    This purchase is, nonetheless, a pleasant surprise.
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    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Aaron Arehart on April 23, 2014
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    This watch is worthy rival to the Seiko divers and looks stylish without being an obvious Submariner homage. I swapped out the frankly goofy looking rubber band for a NATO band. Weight feels good without being too heavy. The case is 41mm wide so call it "small" if you like to wear a dinner plate on your arm. It's quality craftsmanship is obvious once you see it in person. Accuracy has been solid so far, at about + 7 seconds a day! The blue is deep indoors but really shines in the daylight.

    All in all, a truly outstanding watch for the price!
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    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Wilson on March 6, 2014
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    If you have ever had a Seiko Diving Watch (I have two), you know how great they are. Rugged, dependable, beautiful to look at.

    Well, the Orient Blue Ray is a worthy rival to the Seiko series with better from-the-factory accuracy.

    I have found the Blue Ray, and the Orange Ray on my wrist right now as I am typing this, to have accuracy of about +7 seconds a day. That's outstanding. And my Blue Mako also gives me that accuracy. Seikos out of the box, unadjusted (pricey, requires a watchmaker basically) run about +- 30 seconds.

    What makes the Orient line (both Makos and Rays use the same movement) so great is that Orient ADJUSTS them at the factory. No, you wont' get Rolex accuracy of say, 4-5 seconds plus/minus a day. But you won't pay Rolex prices either.

    Color. The watch is indoors a more black rather than Blue. If you've seen the Blue Mako, this watch has a darker blue that while iridescent in the sun, is darker than the Mako model. The second hand is illuminated with lume paint, nice in the dark.

    As for the rubber wristband, some don't like it but I love it.

    First, as work out, or sit around, or work on my computer, or do a number of other things, my wrist will expand or contract during the day. Having a rubber adjustable wristband is nice, it means the watch can fit on my wrist the way I want it that minute, and I can change it any time. Like when I'm on a computer. Some don't like the dolphins on the rubber band, I like it.

    Secondly, the rubber is soft and less harsh on the wrist than a steel band. Steel looks nicer, and comes off quicker. But it is harsher. If you wear a watch all day (I do) that's a consideration. Finally, you don't need to get the band adjusted like with a steel band.
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    Orient is a solid, quality maker. I have two of their models, the MAKO and the RAY. Both are very good watches, and among my favorites. In build quality, workmanship and finish these Orient's are every bit as good as my $200 Seiko dive watches (SKX007 and SKX009). I am totally happy with both, although this review is about the RAY.

    The RAY has traditional diver's styling with round hour markers and a high-visibility dial. This one is Blue, but they also come in Black and an Orange also. All the dials have a rich, wavy, iridescent texture which reflects and changes in various lighting. Very attractive effect.
    The bezel is unidirectional and clicks quietly but precisely. These are certified to 200 Meters so these are true Scuba watches, not just wannabe's. Faces are easy to read underwater, and luminescence is good (and lasts about 4-5 hours in the dark, which is about par with my SEIKO's).
    I'm not obsessive about accuracy, but I find these are accurate to within a minute or two every couple of days, and that's acceptable to me. The day/date is easy to read and operates off its own winding stem.
    These feel really good and solid on your wrist. I'm very pleased. They are not 'big' watches by current standards, and not gaudy or hey-look-at-me, but they are a good size and they exude a quiet quality where workmanship matters more than a designer name or high price-point.
    They're durable. I don't baby my watches at all, yet I can find no scratches or marks on the case or crystal after about two years of frequent wear.
    These are just great watches, they do what they claim to do, and I have no complaints.
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