Orient Automatic Multi-Year Calendar World Time EU0B003F Mens Watch: What is a Wrist Watch without the looks?

Orient Automatic Multi-Year Calendar World Time EU0B003F Mens WatchThe yellow black and steel combination of the Orient Automatic Multi-Year Calendar World Time EU0B003F Mens Watch gives it a mysterious and attractive look. A cool feature on the watch dial makes it a professional and adventurously balanced watch. The offshore, different time zones make it even more interesting for the watch collectors. To make sure that everything runs right at the calendar at 6 o clock, first, adjust the one at 12 o clock such that the current month is in line with the year displayed on the curved disc below it. According to Orient, the day/date function at 6 o clock will be accurate till 2031 (which is also the last year available on the disc at 12 o clock), which is quite remarkable. There is also a leap year indicator.

Moving down south, in Orient Automatic Multi-Year Calendar World Time EU0B003F Mens Watch, you get a very display which not only tells you which day of the week is falling on which date but also what the rest of the days/dates are for the rest of the month.

Ever encountered a situation where someone asks what date next Thursday is and everyone pulls out their phones to check? With this watch, all you have to do is glance for 2 seconds and you can proudly announce the answer. Legibility wise, it is reasonable, what with the amount of information it has to present in such minute text.

The ability to mentally calculate dates will make the reading a lot easier.

In the Orient Automatic Multi-Year Calendar World Time EU0B003F Mens Watch, the date window is clearly displayed at 3 o clock and the Orient logo is prominent at 9 o clock. The usage of square, rectangular and sword hour markers adds diversity and makes the dial stand out even from a distance. The Orient Contemporary Automatic Mens Watch is a truly unique timepiece.

The Orient Automatic Multi-Year Calendar World Time EU0B003F Mens Watch, is the first watch I’ve seen that comes with such a calendar function and probably the only one?

Bottom line: A rare look with the black background makes it look daring and stylish and as if, that you are wearing the world up against your sleeves like a wrist watch! A watch that you can be proud to show off with all kinds of worldly complexities tied to the wrist. New Orient Watches did the job again…. to keep you awestruck.

Orient Automatic Power Reserve Fdag002B Men’S Watch : A Watch That Suffices For All

Orient Automatic Power Reserve FDAG002B Men’s WatchThose who are bitten by the affordable yet high-end, Japanese watch collecting bug will absolutely go head over heels with the Orient Automatic Power Reserve FDAG002B Men’s Watch. Vastly different from the usual norms that shape a formal watch, this model catches the eye because of its numerous sports-inspired elements that are hard to find in any other watch within the price range.

While Orient is famous for their unique and quirky products, the brand tends to surprise us with enchanting designs from time to time. The Orient Automatic Power Reserve FDAG002B Men’s Watch is one such simple and elegant model that comes with a true vintage undertone, giving a hard competition to models even above the price range.

The Orient Automatic Power Reserve FDAG002B Men’s Watch lets you immediately realize that your money is well-spent. As far as the design goes, it gives out more than just a basic vibe; it’s more of a dark, royal theme the Orient Automatic Power Reserve FDAG002B Men’s Watch bases upon. The Orient signature power-reserve indicator comes as an added, useful feature while the 41mm (excluding crown) case size is just right for most of the wrists. Its dressy, thin case profile makes it the perfect tool for both the workdays and weekends.

It is going to be delusional to claim the workmanship and quality of the Orient Automatic Power Reserve FDAG002B Men’s Watch compare to Swiss megabrands; at the most, you’ll feel the quality is same as that of entry-level, mechanical Swiss watches. The tonneau-shaped case and the bracelet have a prominent brushed finish on the black PVD-coating, the fine micro-grooves visible due to their careful etching. The bracelet is not the tapered kind but straight, which gives the watch a more solid look. The Orient Classic Automatic logo on the clasp is cleanly pressed and detailed as a fine work of art is supposed to be.

The black dial with gold-toned and lume-tipped hands and hour markers provide a sharp contrast, resulting not just in an outstanding visibility but also adds a prestigious demeanor to its appearance. The power reserve indicator hand is highly visible when you want to see it; else, the dark red hue conceals it well against the black background of the dial. The beveled, polished and shining bezel stands out from the brushed case underneath, keeping monotony from setting in. Under the dial runs an ORIENT caliber 46N40 self-winding movement with 21 jewels and beating at 21,600/vph. Apart from indicating the power left in the mainspring, it also shows the date.

Quick conclusion:

The pictures don’t do justice for the Orient Duke Automatic Men’s Watch; its premium presence noticeable only in real life. It is this quality that backs up the great looks of the Orient Automatic Men’s Watch and highly qualifies as an affordable watch that makes for an excellent daily office beater.