Orient Men’s Japanese Automatic / Hand-Winding Stainless Steel 200 Meter Diving Watch

Orient Men's Japanese Automatic / Hand-Winding Stainless Steel 200 Meter Diving Watch WeeklyReviewerOrient Men's Japanese Automatic / Hand-Winding Stainless Steel 200 Meter Diving Watch WeeklyReviewer
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Orient Men's Japanese Automatic / Hand-Winding Stainless Steel 200 Meter Diving Watch WeeklyReviewer

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The Ray II Collection

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About the Ray II Collection

Ray squared. It’s been upgraded in several areas, including the debut of the new Orient caliber F6922 and a more robust 120-click bezel. Often seen as the best alternative to our other dive watches, the Orient Ray is no lesser. The Ray has also been lauded for its fantastic lume on its indices; both for its brightness and longevity.

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About the Ray II Collection

Ray squared. It’s been upgraded in several areas, including the debut of the new Orient caliber F6922 and a more robust 120-click bezel. Often seen as the best alternative to our other dive watches, the Orient Ray is no lesser. The Ray has also been lauded for its fantastic lume on its indices; both for its brightness and longevity.

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About the Ray II Collection

Ray squared. It’s been upgraded in several areas, including the debut of the new Orient caliber F6922 and a more robust 120-click bezel. Often seen as the best alternative to our other dive watches, the Orient Ray is no lesser. The Ray has also been lauded for its fantastic lume on its indices; both for its brightness and longevity.

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About the Ray II Collection

Ray squared. It’s been upgraded in several areas, including the debut of the new Orient caliber F6922 and a more robust 120-click bezel. Often seen as the best alternative to our other dive watches, the Orient Ray is no lesser. The Ray has also been lauded for its fantastic lume on its indices; both for its brightness and longevity.

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About Orient WatchAbout Orient Watch

About Orient Watch

Has manufactured mechanical watches for over 65 years.All movements (the timing device) are made in Japan.Producing our own movements ensures the highest quality and speaks to Orient’s true passion, watchmaking.

Since 1950, Orient Watch has been dropping unique, superior-quality timepieces. Today, Orient continues to hone its craft by developing unparalleled mechanical movement, and redefine style by utilizing the latest Japanese street fashion for the world to consume.

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer‏:‎No
Product Dimensions‏:‎4.72 x 4.72 x 4.72 inches; 6 Ounces
Item model number‏:‎FAA02005D9
Department‏:‎Mens
Batteries‏:‎1 Product Specific batteries required.
Date First Available‏:‎April 18, 2016
Manufacturer‏:‎Orient
ASIN‏:‎B01AK5TQE0

Orient Cal. F6922 Automatic, Hand-winding, Hacking Movement
Case Diameter: 41.5mm without crown.Case Thickness:13mm. Power Reserve: Approximately 40 hours
To change the date, rotate the crown counter clockwise.
To change the day, rotate the crown clockwise. If you pull the crown once more, the time can be set by turning the crown clockwise and counter clockwise.

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