Japanese / Quartz
Amazingly stylish and surprisingly elegant, the new Orient Dyno Alarm (Refs. FTD09004B and FTD09005W) collection of inexpensive quartz chronograph makes it possible to look smart and cool without breaking the bank. It is almost like if your Toyota Prius was designed by Bertone.
It looks like the Japanese watchmaker is finally going to reintroduce its M-Force series of sporty timekeepers to the North American market. The offensive will begin with the new Wunderwaffe: the 2011 Orient M-Force 200M (refs. EL03001B, EL03001D & EL03002M) automatic diving watch. Available in three colors of its dial (black, blue and orange with pale green luminescent substance on its hour markers and hands,) the new timekeeper is officially rated for 200 meters, which makes it a perfect companion for recreational scuba diving.
For Ladies / Japanese
Last summer the Japanese watchmaker has started selling the beautiful Orient Fashionable Automatic Happy Stream (Ref. DM00001W) automatic ladies watch.
Buyer's Guide / Japanese / Swiss
Summer is in full swing and people are flocking to the seaside to swim, and dive, and have fun. And some are still not sure what kind of diving watch should they choose before going underwater. In this small overview we at WorldWatchReview.com try to find an ideal 'real' diving wristwatch for our readers covering both the "affordable" and "premium" categories of mechanical divers.
The Japanese watchmaking brand has started selling its new Orient Sporty-Automatic Open Engine Sports CDB02004B self-winding wristwatch with a popular "open heart" dial cutout that gives you a birds-eye view of the engine that makes it tick.