Orient FNQ04005C Women's 3 Star Stainless Steel Dial Automatic Watch Orient FNQ04005C Women's 3 Star Stainless Steel Dial Automatic Watch

About Orient: Founded in 1950, Orient Watch has been providing the world with unique and distinctive timepieces. Today, the Orient brand is cherished by customers in more than 70 countries and continues to hone its craft by developing the mechanical movement. To date, Orient has developed over 40 unique mechanical watch calibers, and its factories in Northern Japan produce over 1.1 million watch movements per year. Orient prides itself on the premise that its timepieces are a “watchmaker’s watch”– a no frills mechanical watch that is robust and trustworthy. Our online reputation suggests that an Orient watch is reliable out of the box, and our use of a ball bearing system in our automatic watches ensure that the watch will start running with little effort. All of this can be attributed to Orient’s undying dedication to the mechanical watch. The implicit value of possessing an Orient watch is that the only way to enjoy its tremendous quality is through ownership. Mechanical watches are considered to offer a number of advantages: Interesting and artistic features in which time the time ticks off through the combined work of precision parts. Efficient capturing of the energy of motion generated by daily activities. Functionality for an extended period through part replacement, with an added emotional value through successive generations of families passing down valued watches.

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Orient #BNQ1X001P Women's Tri Star Pink Dial Automatic Watch Orient #BNQ1X001P Women's Tri Star Pink 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 Eve Women's Dress Watch with Dial, Case and Bracelet NR1R001B Orient Eve Women's Dress Watch with Dial, Case and Bracelet NR1R001B

The Orient Eve is a great looking watch with a self-winding movement and an all black PVD case and bracelet. It features goldtone hands and hour markers for a subtle contrast with the black dial . It has a 29.5mm diameter x 11.05mm thick black PVD stainless steel case, a matching black PVD bracelet with a deployant clasp, a date window, and a see-into case back. The watch is powered by a self-winding Orient caliber 55741 automatic movement. The movement of your wrist winds the watch as you wear it. Features Movement: Orient caliber 55741 automatic (self-winding) Case: Black PVD stainless steel, 29.50mm diameter x 11.05mm thick. Back: Exhibition window Crystal: Crystal glass Band: Black PVD stainless steel, deployant clasp Water Resistant: 50 meters Warranty: 1 Year

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Orient #BEM6Q004KMen's Tri Star Standard Self Winding Automatic Watch Orient #BEM6Q004KMen'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 #BNQ1X003L Women's Tri Star Blue Dial Automatic Watch Orient #BNQ1X003L Women's Tri Star Blue 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 Women's Automatic Watch SNQ0A00SR8 Authentic Made in Japan Orient Women's Automatic Watch SNQ0A00SR8 Authentic Made in Japan

Imported, Japanese-automatic movement; functions without a battery; powers automatically with the movement of your arm, Hardlex ; brushed and polished stainless steel case, luminous, Water resistant to 99 feet (30 M): accidental contact with splashes of water or rain, but it is not designed for wearing while swimming or diving., made in Japan

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Orient #BNQ1X003B Women's Tri Star Black Dial Automatic Watch Orient #BNQ1X003B Women's Tri Star Black 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 #BNQ1X003V Women's Tri Star Purple Dial Automatic Watch Orient #BNQ1X003V Women's Tri Star Purple 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 Women's Sporty NR1V003B Resin Automatic Watch Orient Women's Sporty NR1V003B Resin Automatic Watch

When you want fashion fun and quality this Sporty watch by Orient is where you will find it Looking for just the right accessory to finish off your outfit You dont need to look any further than this fabulous watch with its black band and black dial Liven up your wardrobe and yourself with this stylish and functional watch The stainless steel case and high quality antireflective sapphire crystal ensure that this watch is both a quality and fashionable accessory

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Orient Women's Sporty NR1V001B Resin Automatic Watch Orient Women's Sporty NR1V001B Resin Automatic Watch

The Orient GEM model NR1V001T is a beautiful watch with eye-catching, sparkling crystal hour markers. It features luminous filled rose goldtone hands, and luminous dots at the hour markers for telling time in the dark. The rose goldtone case measures 32mm in diameter and it is 11.25mm thick. The watch has a beautiful black dial, a date window, and black PVD and rose goldtone bezel. The watch is powered by a Orient automatic (self-winding) movement that can also be hand wound. This is quite a dazzling, elegant watch that is ready for just about any occasion. Note: The run time on this watch is about 40 hours when it is fully wound. If you don't wear it for a few days, simply move it back and forth in an arc several times to start it back up. Or, simply use the crown to hand wind it (re-set the time and date) and you are good to go. Features Movement: Orient automatic (self-winding, hand windable) Case: Rose goldtone, 32mm diameter x 11.25mm Back: Screw-in back Crystal: Sapphire Band: Black rubber, signed buckle Water Resistant: 50 meters Warranty: 1 Year

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Orient Women's FNR1Q001W0 Charlene Analog Display Japanese Automatic Silver Watch Orient Women's FNR1Q001W0 Charlene Analog Display Japanese Automatic Silver Watch

Domed mineral crystal CZ stones in place of hour markers Japanese-automatic movement Case diameter: 31mm Water resistant to 165 feet

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Orient #SNQ22002B8 Women's Dial Automatic Watch Orient #SNQ22002B8 Women's Dial Automatic Watch

Watchmaker, Orient is beginning Yoshida Shogoro When was opened a clock shop in 1901, Now, not only in Japan but has been known as a high quality name brand especially overseas. Orient which has won the fierce competition of watch industry with flexible mindset, It is a brand must keep an eye on attention in the future. It is recommended to a present and a gift.

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Orient Women's Ballerina DM01001Y Leather Automatic Watch Orient Women's Ballerina DM01001Y Leather Automatic Watch

This amazing Ballerina watch by Orient has a unique style that is sure to catch your eye This timepiece features a brown leather band that is sure to catch anyones attention and a 36MM stainless steel case that brings it together The beige dial helps complete the overall look of the watch This watch is also water resistant up to 30 meters 100 feet 3 atm and has a strong mineral crystal which makes this watch something that will last for a very long time

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Orient Women's Charlene NR1Q005W Stainless-Steel Automatic Watch Orient Women's Charlene NR1Q005W Stainless-Steel Automatic Watch

If you want a timepiece that is versatile then this Orient is the watch to have The silver dial and silver stainless-steel will compliment anything that you wear The additional features of this watch includes a water-resistant level of 30 meters 100 feet 3 atm and a 31MM stainless steel that makes this watch very durable

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Orient #BNQ1X003H Women's Tri Star Red Dial Automatic Watch Orient #BNQ1X003H Women's Tri Star Red 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 Women's Automatic Silver / Watch SNQ22002B8 Authentic Made in Japan Orient Women's Automatic Silver / Watch SNQ22002B8 Authentic Made in Japan

With its roots dating back to 1901, Orient Watch has specialized in the manufacture and growth of mechanical timepieces. Since 1950, Orient has been at the forefront of the production of mechanical watches in Japan. When it comes to watchmaking, Orient does not have an obscure history: Orient has been producing mechanical watches for more than 60 years. It is one of the top three watch manufacturers from Japan and produces 2 million watches per year. Frankly, it may be the biggest watch brand you've never heard of. All of Orient's movements are exclusively made in Japan and no iteration in manufacturing is outsourced. The implicit value of possessing an Orient watch is that the only way to enjoy its tremendous quality is through ownership.

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Orient Women's ER2E002W Leather Automatic Watch Orient Women's ER2E002W Leather Automatic Watch

Orient brings us this watch that emits elegance and class Besides its stylish white leather band and chic 36MM stainless steel case this watch has security features such as the 30 meters 100 feet 3 atm water resistance and antireflective sapphire crystal that are sure to help protect it The white dial ties everything together and looks wonderful

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Orient Women's Analog Watch FDBAE001T Orient Women's Analog Watch FDBAE001T

ORIENT caliber 46A40 Made in Japan, 21 Jewels Convex Crystal Glass See-through caseback Size: 34.00mm×43.50mm

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Orient Women's FNR1H002B Combat Sapphire Crystal Watch Orient Women's FNR1H002B Combat Sapphire Crystal Watch

A stately and sophisticated timepiece with lots of "WOW" factor, this Orient watch stands head and shoulders above the competition. Featuring a sleek and durable design that is buoyed by world renown craftsmanship, Orient watches boast only the best Japanese movements. Don't miss out on your opportunity to own this Orient today!

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Orient #BNQ1X003F Women's Tri Star Dark Green Dial Automatic Watch Orient #BNQ1X003F Women's Tri Star Dark Green 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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