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|Brand, Seller, or Collection Name||Orient|
|Dial window material type||Mineral|
|Case material||Stainless steel|
|Case diameter||35.7 millimeters|
|Case Thickness||12.1 millimeters|
|Band width||24 millimeters|
|Bezel material||Stainless steel|
|Calendar||Day and date|
|Special features||Water Resistant|
|Water resistant depth||165 Feet|
Throughout the history of watches, there have been many different variations that follow the line of a classic look. Now, there is a watch that combines both a classic look with dramatic modern styling to create a masterpiece of our time. This is the perfect watch for you if you enjoy timeless designs. The textural surface of the dial (face of the watch) complements the features of the sub-dials to complete a balanced look. This allows this piece to be worn in any attire and on almost every occasion.
This watch’s strengths are the structure and functions of the watch. The case for this particular line of watches comes in the square construction. Therefore, the hour indicators cave inwards to give a 3 dimensional aspect.
You will notice the variety of sub-dials such as the 24-hour indicator (located near the 10 o’clock position) and the day indicator (located near the 2 o’clock position). This collection also comes with the date indicator (located at the 6 o’clock position). To adjust the date indicator, you must loosen the crown (time-setting knob) to the 1st level and rotate the knob. The date indicator can be adjusted by turning the time hands until the date hand pivots. Then, you must bring the hour hand back to the 12 o’clock position and rotate it clockwise until the date hand changes. To adjust the day indicator as well as the time hands, you must loosen the crown even further to the 2nd level and rotate the crown.
You will notice that the official Orient logo is engraved on the top of the crown. Another attributes this watch has is its luminescent time indicators, which allows you to view your watch during the night. The watch is also water-resistant for up to 50 meters.
This watch comes in solid stainless steel bands of matte and finished links or in a genuine leather band. On the top and bottom of the dial, the first couple links are tapered followed by untapered links. The clasp is a deployment clasp that prevents the hassle of your watch coming off inadvertently.
There are 9 variations to this series of watches. For the metal bands, two of the models come in gold cases and bands. The only difference is the dial color: black and white. The silver metal bands 4 variations with different dial colors: black, navy blue, white, and black/white. The leather bands come in either brown or beige. The brown leather bands have two variations in the dial: black and black/white. The last variation is a beige band with a white dial.
The Orient Story
The Orient Story Orient Watch was formally established in July 13th, 1950 in Tokyo. Orient Watch has focused on mechanical watch making, specializing in self-winding watches using only our in-house movements. Orient is considered one of the "Big Three" watch companies in Japan, but what sets them apart from the competition is that they have dedicated themselves in the advancement of mechanical watch making. The Orient Watch Company produces their mechanical movements in-house at their facility in Japan. These movements are dedicated for the use Orient's own mechanical watches. This list of industry abnormalities with the consideration of being one of the most affordable choices makes Orient an exceptional experience in the world of time keeping, and yet remains as one of the most obtainable.
Orient is a brand unlike any other... It is profoundly unique.
Orient In-House Movements
Orient 1 YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY - Located in Los Angeles, California, Orient's American Service Station provides owners with a Warranty and Repair office now in the USA.