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Orient Wristwatches

Available Movement Types for Orient Watches:
  • Automatic Movements
  • Quartz Battery Movements
  • Tuning Fork Movements
  • Mechanical Hand-Wound Movements
  • Quartz Solar-Powered Movements

Automatic movement watches showcase the perfect balance of traditional design and ease of use. The second hands rotate in a sweeping motion, moving continuously around the dial. Quartz movement wristwatches are classic timepieces that are easy to maintain. The movements are renowned for their accuracy and precision, making these watches especially reliable.

Popular Features Found in Orient Watches:
  • Sapphire Crystals
  • Chronographs
  • Skeleton Designs
  • Power Reserve Indicators

Watches with sapphire crystals have sapphire crystals, while chronograph watches are versatile and convenient, elegantly combining stopwatch capabilities with a regular time display. Skeleton watches are beautiful timepieces that display all of their internal moving parts for a sophisticated and elegant appearance. Watches with power reserve indicators allow you to see how much power is remaining.

Water Resistance Ratings for Orient Watches:
  • 500m (50 ATM)
  • 50m (5 ATM)
  • 200m (20 ATM)
  • 100m (10 ATM)
  • Divers 200m (ISO 6425)

500 m (50 ATM) watches are able to withstand being fully submerged in water. They are designed to be worn when taking part in a number of different impact water activities, such as high board and scuba diving. 50m (5 ATM) watches won't be damaged by contact with water. These watches can be worn during light swimming activities.

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