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Orient Men's 'Adventurer' Japanese Automatic Stainless Steel and Leather Dress Watch, Color:Black (Model: FFA06003Y0)
Orient Men's 'Adventurer' Japanese Automatic Stainless Steel and Leather Dress Watch, Color:Black (Model: FFA06003Y0)

Sapphire Crystal World Time watch (24 Time Zones) Japanese-automatic Movement Case Diameter: 43.5mm Water Resistant To 50m (165ft: in General, Suitable for Short Periods Of Recreational Swimming, but not Diving or Snorkeling

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Orient #FAB02003C Men's 3 Star Tone Stainless Steel Champagne Dial Automatic Watch
Orient #FAB02003C Men's 3 Star Tone Stainless Steel Champagne Dial Automatic Watch

About Orient: Orient Watch was formally established in July 13th, 1950 in Tokyo. However, the history of Orient Watch really dates back to 1901, when Shogoro Yoshida, the founder of Orient, opened a wholesale watch store in Ueno, Japan. Orient Watch has always focused on mechanical watches, primarily automatic watches with its own in-house automatic movements Orient was once part of the "Big Three" watch companies in Japan along with Citizen and Seiko. In the 70s, when mechanical watch companies faced hardship from the mass introduction of inexpensive quartz watches, Citizen and Seiko took the path of mass producing quartz watches, Orient stuck with what it did best, making mechanical watches. Today, Seiko owns a controlling stake in Orient. Orient, however, continues to make its own mechanical movements. For its quartz models, it uses Seiko's quartz movements. What sets Orient apart from other watch companies is really the fact that Orient has always been focusing on making its mechanical movements better and more reliable. It is unusual today to find a watch company that makes its own movement selling watches at prices offered by Orient. Most of the watch companies that do make in-house movements are big name specialized watch companies such as Patek Philippe whose watches ranges from tens of thousands of dollars to hundreds of thousands of dollars. To find a specialized watch company that uses in-house movements selling its watches at prices that are affordable to most people is truly refreshing

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Orient Men's Chrono Quartz Leather Watch STDAG002B0 Authentic Made in Japan
Orient Men's Chrono Quartz Leather Watch STDAG002B0 Authentic Made in Japan

Imported, Japanese-Quartz movement, Hardlex ; brushed and polished stainless steel case, luminous, Water resistant to 150 feet (50 M): your watch is designed and manufactured to withstand up to 5 bar and is suitable for wearing while swimming, yachting and taking a shower., made in Japan

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Orient Men's 'Polaris GMT' Japanese Automatic Stainless Steel and Leather Dress Watch, Color:Brown (Model: FDJ05003W0)
Orient Men's 'Polaris GMT' Japanese Automatic Stainless Steel and Leather Dress Watch, Color:Brown (Model: FDJ05003W0)

The Orient Polaris is a dual time, GMT watch that gives you the ability to track two different time zones. In addition to the 12-hour hands and dial markers, the chapter ring is a 24-hour scale. A separately adjustable hand (with lumed tip) tracks the second time zone in GMT or military time. The Orient caliber 40P51 automatic movement is self-winding, and it can be hand wound and it has a hacking feature. A handy indicator at 12:00 shows you up to 40 hours of power reserve when fully wound. Date is at the 3:00 position on the dial. And, the dial is gorgeous with its guilloche and concentric grained textures. It gives the watch a little touch of opulence under the scratch resistant sapphire crystal.|The 42mm diameter stainless steel case has a brushed finish with polished accents. On the backside of the watch you will find an exhibition window for viewing the automatic movement. Finally, a rich looking brown alligator grained strap with a matching stainless steel buckle completes the elegant look.|Note: Hacking function means that the sweep or second hand comes to stop when you pull out the crown to set the time. This is useful for setting two or more watches to the exact same time. Features Movement: Orient Cal. 40P51 Automatic (self-winding and hand windable) Case: Stainless steel, 42mm x 11.98mm Back: Exhibition window back Crystal: Scratch-resistant sapphire Band: Brown alligator grain strap, 22mm. Water Resistant: 50 meters Warranty: 1 Year

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Orient Men's ES00005B Leather Automatic Watch
Orient Men's ES00005B Leather Automatic Watch

Orient is a timepiece that is created with fashion in mind with its black dial that is extremely attractive This timepiece features a black leather band and mineral crystal that compliments the dial and brings your outfit together With many different attributes this watch will be sure to shine!

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Orient Men's SEL06001H0 M-Force Analog Japanese-Automatic Silver Watch
Orient Men's SEL06001H0 M-Force Analog Japanese-Automatic Silver Watch

Automatic, self-winding movement Case diameter: 47mm Sapphire crystal ISO certified watch Water resistant to 660 feet (200 M): suitable for recreational scuba diving

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Orient Men's 'Ranger' Japanese Automatic Stainless Steel Casual Watch, Color:Silver-Toned (Model: SEM7N001BH)
Orient Men's 'Ranger' Japanese Automatic Stainless Steel Casual Watch, Color:Silver-Toned (Model: SEM7N001BH)

The Orient Ranger is a good looking watch with date and quick day change button. It features a Cal. 46947, 21-jewel Orient automatic (self-winding) movement, with a continuous operation time of more than 40 hours when fully wound. Includes a black dial, scratch-resistant sapphire crystal, luminous filled dot hour markers, and luminous silver hands. It is all housed in a 42mm stainless steel case with an exhibition window case back. Comes with a stainless steel bracelet with push-button deployant clasp. Features Movement: Orient 21-Jewel Automatic (self-winding) Case: Stainless steel, 42mm x 12mm thick. Back: Exhibition window back Crystal: Scratch-resistant sapphire Band: Stainless steel bracelet, push-button clasp. 22mm lug width. Water Resistant: 50 meters Warranty: 1 Year

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Orient Men's 'Howard' Japanese Automatic Stainless Steel and Leather Dress Watch, Color: (Model: FAC05006B0)
Orient Men's 'Howard' Japanese Automatic Stainless Steel and Leather Dress Watch, Color: (Model: FAC05006B0)

Mineral crystal Art deco-inspired design Japanese-automatic Movement Case Diameter: 11.5mm Water resistant to 50m (165ft: in general, suitable for short periods of recreational swimming, but not diving or snorkeling

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Orient Men's '2nd Gen. Bambino Ver. 3' Japanese Automatic Stainless Steel and Leather Dress Watch, Color: (Model: FAC0000DB0)
Orient Men's '2nd Gen. Bambino Ver. 3' Japanese Automatic Stainless Steel and Leather Dress Watch, Color: (Model: FAC0000DB0)

Domed mineral crystal Modern, minimalist style Japanese-automatic Movement Case Diameter: 40.5mm Water resistant to 30m (100ft): in general, withstands splashes or brief immersion in water, but not suitable for swimming or bathing

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Orient PANDA Men's Watch WV0031UZ
Orient PANDA Men's Watch WV0031UZ

ORIENT Neo70's PANDA Men's Watch WV0031UZ

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Orient #FAB02001C Men's 3 Star Standard Tone Dial Automatic Watch
Orient #FAB02001C Men's 3 Star Standard Tone Dial Automatic Watch

About Orient: Orient Watch was formally established in July 13th, 1950 in Tokyo. However, the history of Orient Watch really dates back to 1901, when Shogoro Yoshida, the founder of Orient, opened a wholesale watch store in Ueno, Japan. Orient Watch has always focused on mechanical watches, primarily automatic watches with its own in-house automatic movements Orient was once part of the "Big Three" watch companies in Japan along with Citizen and Seiko. In the 70s, when mechanical watch companies faced hardship from the mass introduction of inexpensive quartz watches, Citizen and Seiko took the path of mass producing quartz watches, Orient stuck with what it did best, making mechanical watches. Today, Seiko owns a controlling stake in Orient. Orient, however, continues to make its own mechanical movements. For its quartz models, it uses Seiko's quartz movements. What sets Orient apart from other watch companies is really the fact that Orient has always been focusing on making its mechanical movements better and more reliable. It is unusual today to find a watch company that makes its own movement selling watches at prices offered by Orient. Most of the watch companies that do make in-house movements are big name specialized watch companies such as Patek Philippe whose watches ranges from tens of thousands of dollars to hundreds of thousands of dollars. To find a specialized watch company that uses in-house movements selling its watches at prices that are affordable to most people is truly refreshing

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Orient Men's FDB08001W0 "Esteem" Stainless Steel Automatic Watch with Leather Band
Orient Men's FDB08001W0 "Esteem" Stainless Steel Automatic Watch with Leather Band

Stainless steel watch with open heart dial featuring exhibition window and croco-embossed leather band 46A40 Japanese automatic movement with analog display Protective mineral crystal dial window Features buckle closure Water resistant to 165 feet (50 m): suitable for swimming and showering

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Orient Men's SDA05001B0 SpeedTech Automatic Analog Display Japanese Automatic Silver Watch
Orient Men's SDA05001B0 SpeedTech Automatic Analog Display Japanese Automatic Silver Watch

Sapphire crystal Carbon fiber accents Japanese-automatic Movement Case Diameter: 45mm Water Resistant To 330 Feet

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Orient #FAB00001N Men's 3 Star Standard Gold Tone Dial Automatic Watch
Orient #FAB00001N Men's 3 Star Standard Gold Tone Dial Automatic Watch

About Orient: Orient Watch was formally established in July 13th, 1950 in Tokyo. However, the history of Orient Watch really dates back to 1901, when Shogoro Yoshida, the founder of Orient, opened a wholesale watch store in Ueno, Japan. Orient Watch has always focused on mechanical watches, primarily automatic watches with its own in-house automatic movements Orient was once part of the "Big Three" watch companies in Japan along with Citizen and Seiko. In the 70s, when mechanical watch companies faced hardship from the mass introduction of inexpensive quartz watches, Citizen and Seiko took the path of mass producing quartz watches, Orient stuck with what it did best, making mechanical watches. Today, Seiko owns a controlling stake in Orient. Orient, however, continues to make its own mechanical movements. For its quartz models, it uses Seiko's quartz movements. What sets Orient apart from other watch companies is really the fact that Orient has always been focusing on making its mechanical movements better and more reliable. It is unusual today to find a watch company that makes its own movement selling watches at prices offered by Orient. Most of the watch companies that do make in-house movements are big name specialized watch companies such as Patek Philippe whose watches ranges from tens of thousands of dollars to hundreds of thousands of dollars. To find a specialized watch company that uses in-house movements selling its watches at prices that are affordable to most people is truly refreshing

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Orient Men's 'Ranger' Japanese Automatic Stainless Steel Casual Watch, Color:Silver-Toned (Model: SEM7N002WH)
Orient Men's 'Ranger' Japanese Automatic Stainless Steel Casual Watch, Color:Silver-Toned (Model: SEM7N002WH)

About Orient: Orient Watch was formally established in July 13th, 1950 in Tokyo. However, the history of Orient Watch really dates back to 1901, when Shogoro Yoshida, the founder of Orient, opened a wholesale watch store in Ueno, Japan. Orient Watch has always focused on mechanical watches, primarily automatic watches with its own in-house automatic movements Orient was once part of the "Big Three" watch companies in Japan along with Citizen and Seiko. In the 70s, when mechanical watch companies faced hardship from the mass introduction of inexpensive quartz watches, Citizen and Seiko took the path of mass producing quartz watches, Orient stuck with what it did best, making mechanical watches. Today, Seiko owns a controlling stake in Orient. Orient, however, continues to make its own mechanical movements. For its quartz models, it uses Seiko's quartz movements. What sets Orient apart from other watch companies is really the fact that Orient has always been focusing on making its mechanical movements better and more reliable. It is unusual today to find a watch company that makes its own movement selling watches at prices offered by Orient. Most of the watch companies that do make in-house movements are big name specialized watch companies such as Patek Philippe whose watches ranges from tens of thousands of dollars to hundreds of thousands of dollars. To find a specialized watch company that uses in-house movements selling its watches at prices that are affordable to most people is truly refreshing.

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Orient Men's CFT00002M Power Reserve Semi-Skeleton Automatic Watch
Orient Men's CFT00002M Power Reserve Semi-Skeleton Automatic Watch

The reason why this particular line of semi-skeleton stands out is because this watch is Marcus Grönholm-inspired. Marcus Grönholm, former rally car driver, is recognized for his victories in the World Rally Championship in 2000 and 2002. He is known to be a fearless driver that never gets intimidated by the thrill of racing. Likewise, you must not be intimidated by the complex functions of this watch. People find this watch to be special, because it combines the quality of a sporty look with the value of intricate design to create a timepiece that Marcus Grönholm would wear himself. Some people would look at the dial (face) of this watch and get intimidated by the complex designs and functions. They should, however, be amazed and intrigued by the many features and attributes that this watch has to offer. You will notice that this semi-skeleton has 7 holes. Within these holes you are able to see the mechanisms that operate watch. One feature of this timepiece that is unique is that this watch has a slide rule. This means that the owner is able to turn the inner bezel (the ring of the watch) so that it could perform such functions as multiplication, division, addition, subtraction, currency conversion, and distance conversion. This can be done by rotating the crown (time-setting piece) located on the 4 o’clock indicator. Unlike other Orient watches, the time-changing crown for this particular piece is located at the 9 o’clock indicator. Two facts about the crowns that you might find interesting are that they are both screw down (which means they keep water from entering the case), and that they each have the Orient logo. This semi-skeleton dial has luminescent time indicators as well as hour indicators. This allows for the owner to view the time during the evening. Another interesting feature of this watch is that it is water resistant up to 100 meters. Located near the 6 o’clock position is the power reserve indicator, which allows for you to measure the stored power in the spring of the watch in units of hours. Since this watch is a mechanical watch, it is powered by the spring of the watch; therefore, the watch will power itself for up to 40 hours when it is being worn. You will notice that this watch comes with a sapphire crystal. This basically means that the glass used in this watch is equipped with a more scratch- and shatter-resistant material. If you look at the back of the watch, you will see that it is an exhibition caseback. This allows for you to view the complex mechanics that power this watch. By looking into the caseback glass, you can view the rotor (semi-circular piece that pivots back-and-forth), which is dressed with the official Orient logo stamp on it. The band comes in either solid stainless steel or genuine leather. For the bands that come in metal, the first two links are tapered followed by untapered links. Another interesting characteristic is that the band has both matte and finished links to provide a two-tone variation to the watch. The metal band also comes with the double-locking deployment clasp that gives added security. For the genuine leather band, the clasp comes in a deployment clasp. Both clasps prevent the watch from coming off unintentionally. This collection comes in a wide range of looks. For the metal band watches, the dials are in different colors: black, orange, white, and yellow. The leather bands come with different color variations for the leather, the leather stitching, and the dials. The black leather bands have three different variations: black dial with white leather stitching, orange dial with orange leather stitching, and white dial with white leather stitching. The last variation is the blue leather band, which comes in a blue dial and white leather stitching.

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Orient Men's CFTAB002W Power Reserve Semi-Skeleton Automatic Watch
Orient Men's CFTAB002W Power Reserve Semi-Skeleton Automatic Watch

Orient Men's Sport Automatic Power Reserve Stainless Steel WatchChoices: Black or White dialTake the checkered flag in style! This rally car inspired timepiece from Orient brings a silver-tone stainless steel tonneau case with an exhibition back for showing off the remarkable Orient 46R41 Automatic movement fueling this high-octane machine. A silver-tone bezel offers four accent screws spread over the north and south ends and "Automatic" down the eastern edge. The tonneau dial in your choice of black or white displays luminous Arabic numerals at 1:00, 5:00, 6:00, 7:00, 11:00 and 12:00 and luminous index markers at all remaining hour positions. A power reserve sub-dial appears near 12:00 while open hearts show up next to 3:00 and 9:00. The Orient name finds a home close to 4:00. The white choice has black luminous hour, minute and seconds hands and a black sub-dial hand. The black choice has silver-tone luminous hour and minute hands, a green luminous seconds hand, and a green sub-dial hand. A slightly tapered silver-tone stainless steel bracelet provides a comfortable fit and adds an undeniable class to the presentation. A reliable push button deployant clasp completes this extraordinary design. Bracelet: Stainless steel Movement: Japanese Orient 46R41 Automatic Crystal: Mineral Crown: Screw down Clasp: Push button deployant Bracelet Measurements: 8-3/4" L x 23mm W Case Measurements: 40mm L x 40mm W Water Resistance: 10 ATM - 100 meters - 330 feet Model Numbers: Black: CFTAB002B White: CFTAB002W Warranty: One year limited warranty provided by Puri-Time Inc. Additional Features: Watch comes packaged in an Orient watch box with instruction manual and warranty information.

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Orient #FEM5M00VW Men's 3 Star Gold Tone Stainless Steel Champagne Dial Automatic Watch
Orient #FEM5M00VW Men's 3 Star Gold Tone Stainless Steel Champagne Dial Automatic Watch

About Orient: Orient Watch was formally established in July 13th, 1950 in Tokyo. However, the history of Orient Watch really dates back to 1901, when Shogoro Yoshida, the founder of Orient, opened a wholesale watch store in Ueno, Japan. Orient Watch has always focused on mechanical watches, primarily automatic watches with its own in-house automatic movements Orient was once part of the "Big Three" watch companies in Japan along with Citizen and Seiko. In the 70s, when mechanical watch companies faced hardship from the mass introduction of inexpensive quartz watches, Citizen and Seiko took the path of mass producing quartz watches, Orient stuck with what it did best, making mechanical watches. Today, Seiko owns a controlling stake in Orient. Orient, however, continues to make its own mechanical movements. For its quartz models, it uses Seiko's quartz movements. What sets Orient apart from other watch companies is really the fact that Orient has always been focusing on making its mechanical movements better and more reliable. It is unusual today to find a watch company that makes its own movement selling watches at prices offered by Orient. Most of the watch companies that do make in-house movements are big name specialized watch companies such as Patek Philippe whose watches ranges from tens of thousands of dollars to hundreds of thousands of dollars. To find a specialized watch company that uses in-house movements selling its watches at prices that are affordable to most people is truly refreshing

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Orient ER2700AW Men's Symphony Automatic Stainless Steel Dial Mechanical Watch
Orient ER2700AW Men's Symphony Automatic Stainless Steel Dial Mechanical Watch

The new Orient Symphony dress watch features an Orient made 21-jewel automatic movement, a white dial with silver applied hour markers, matching silver hands, a screw-in exhibition window case back, date window at 3:00, a mineral crystal, and a folded stainless steel bracelet with a push-button deployant clasp. Great watch for wearing to the office or out for dinner. It is nice and thin and wears well on all wrist sizes. Comes with a 41mm x 12mm stainless steel case and features up to a 40 hour power reserve. Features Movement: Orient 21-jewel Automatic (self winding) Case: Stainless steel, 41mm x 12mm thick Back: Solid screw-in back Crystal: Hardened Mineral Band: Stainless steel bracelet, deployant clasp. 22mm. Water Resistant: 50 meters Warranty: 1 Year

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Orient #FAB02003B Men's 3 Star Standard Gold Tone Dial Automatic Watch
Orient #FAB02003B Men's 3 Star Standard Gold Tone Dial Automatic Watch

About Orient: Orient Watch was formally established in July 13th, 1950 in Tokyo. However, the history of Orient Watch really dates back to 1901, when Shogoro Yoshida, the founder of Orient, opened a wholesale watch store in Ueno, Japan. Orient Watch has always focused on mechanical watches, primarily automatic watches with its own in-house automatic movements Orient was once part of the "Big Three" watch companies in Japan along with Citizen and Seiko. In the 70s, when mechanical watch companies faced hardship from the mass introduction of inexpensive quartz watches, Citizen and Seiko took the path of mass producing quartz watches, Orient stuck with what it did best, making mechanical watches. Today, Seiko owns a controlling stake in Orient. Orient, however, continues to make its own mechanical movements. For its quartz models, it uses Seiko's quartz movements. What sets Orient apart from other watch companies is really the fact that Orient has always been focusing on making its mechanical movements better and more reliable. It is unusual today to find a watch company that makes its own movement selling watches at prices offered by Orient. Most of the watch companies that do make in-house movements are big name specialized watch companies such as Patek Philippe whose watches ranges from tens of thousands of dollars to hundreds of thousands of dollars. To find a specialized watch company that uses in-house movements selling its watches at prices that are affordable to most people is truly refreshing

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