Orient STAR Retro Guitar Model - Automatic (with manual winding) Men's Watch WZ0161DA Orient STAR Retro Guitar Model - Automatic (with manual winding) Men's Watch WZ0161DA

ORIENT STAR Retro Guitar Model - Automatic (with manual winding) Men's Watch WZ0161DA

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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 #SEL06001B Men's Stainless Steel M-Force Beast Diver Power Reserve Automatic Watch Orient #SEL06001B Men's Stainless Steel M-Force Beast Diver Power Reserve 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 'Rally' Japanese Automatic Stainless Steel Casual Watch, Color:Brown (Model: FFT00009W0) Orient Men's 'Rally' Japanese Automatic Stainless Steel Casual Watch, Color:Brown (Model: FFT00009W0)

Sapphire crystal Features a rich, semi-skeleton design and power reserve indicator Japanese-automatic Movement Case Diameter: 43.7mm Water resistant to 100m (330ft): in general, suitable for swimming and snorkeling, but not diving

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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 #BEM5V002W Men's Facet Glass Stainless Steel Automatic Watch Orient #BEM5V002W Men's Facet Glass Stainless Steel 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 #SEL07002B Men's M-Force Delta Stainless Steel Power Reserve Automatic Dive Watch Orient #SEL07002B Men's M-Force Delta Stainless Steel Power Reserve Automatic Dive 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 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 FET0Q003H Men's Apex Dial Multifunction Day Date Automatic Watch Orient FET0Q003H Men's Apex Dial Multifunction Day Date 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 '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 #FAB02002B Men's 3 Star Standard Gold Tone Dial Automatic Watch Orient #FAB02002B 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 SEM7N002W Men's Ranger Stainless Steel Dial Day Date Automatic Watch Orient SEM7N002W Men's Ranger Stainless Steel Dial Day Date 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 PANDA Men's Watch WV0031UZ Orient PANDA Men's Watch WV0031UZ

ORIENT Neo70's PANDA Men's Watch WV0031UZ

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Orient #BEM6Q002C Men's Tri Star Standard Self Winding Automatic Watch Orient #BEM6Q002C Men's Tri Star Standard Self Winding 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 #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 Classic "Sun and Moon" Automatic Dial Men's Watch (Model:FET0T002S0) Orient Classic "Sun and Moon" Automatic Dial Men's Watch (Model:FET0T002S0)

The Sun and Moon combines classic design combined with high functionality for a truly unique aesthetic. The intricacies of the dial are immaculate and one could say that it crosses the watch from the executive look to classic territory. From the concentric pattern on the other ring to the guilloche-styled finish on the interior and sub dials, the new Sun and Moon has all the markings and embellishments of a luxury watch. What will also be noticed is the incredible depth of the dial-from the looks of the date window cut out, it appears as though the dial is built in layers. This comes as no surprise as the case is measured at 14.1mm thick. The day indicator sub dial is embossed and the sun and moon indicator is raised above all. The hands and Roman numerals on the watch are in a rich black color that contrasts nicely with the white dial. The color contrast drawn from the sun and moon disk, red Sunday highlight, and Orient logo, really ties the look of the watch together. This watch has a sun and moon (or AM to PM) indicator between 10 and 11:00 on the dial. The date is between 7:00 and 8:00 with the day of the week shown in a sub-dial between 2:00 and 3:00. The watch is powered by a Orient made 21-jewel automatic (self-winding) movement and it is housed in a brushed 42.5mm stainless steel case. A sapphire crystal is included to guard against scratches. The watch comes with an alligator grained leather strap with a buckle closure.

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Orient WORLD STAGE COLLECTION WV0951ER Men's Orient WORLD STAGE COLLECTION WV0951ER Men's

ORIENT WORLD STAGE COLLECTION WV0951ER Men's

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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 #BEM5M00VC Men's Gold Tone Tri Star Champagne Dial Automatic Watch Orient #BEM5M00VC Men's Gold Tone Tri Star 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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