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Orient Flight Watch Review

Orient Watch USA's description of the Orient Flight watch is remarkably straight-forward and to the point. They claim that "the Flight Watch is Orient's take on the quintessential classic Pilot's piece," and that is immanently true. Aviation timepieces are second only to divers' watches in popularity when it comes to

Orient Mako II & Ray II Dive Watches With New F6922 In-House Movement

All Japanese Orient watches contain in-house movements, but for 2016 the affordably priced brand adds a new and much-awaited movement for two of their most popular collections. Originally introduced in models like the "super-Japanese-looking" Orient King Master watches, the new in-house-made Orient Caliber F6922 automatic movement adds features such as

Orient Dress Watches: The Best Budget Option?

Some believe that the cornerstone of one’s timepiece collection is a fine dress watch. Others, however, may prefer spending their hard-earned cash on rugged sport and tool watches that don’t really work under a shirt cuff. Enter the Orient Watch Company. If you’re a guy who doesn’t wear dress watches

Orient Mako USA Watch Review: Best Budget Diver?

It isn't a secret that aBlogtoWatch frequently recommends brands like Seiko and Orient for people who are interested in their first mechanical watch, or for those who merely want to get a lot of quality for the money from a mechanical watch that doesn't cost as much as something from

Orient Enforcer SEZ07003D0 Watch

We've long been fans of Japanese Orient watches. Especially when it comes to affordable mechanical watches, and we'd like to share with you the "Enforcer" model. Below you'll also find a limited time discount on this watch exclusively for aBlogtoWatch readers. Orient is technically a wholly-owned subsidiary of Seiko these days,

Orient Mako USA II Watches Hands-On

Orient USA has just released the newest and probably most desirable Mako models yet with the new Orient Mako USA II dive watches. Really just some incremental changes, but if you don't have a Mako or have a much older one and want a very solid daily beater that just

Top 10 Watches For Traveling

When it comes to categorizing watches, we tend to organize them by the strict purposes their styles were originally meant for. That translates into a world of dive watches, pilot watches, racing watches, formal watches, business watches, etc... A category that only loosely exists in the traditional sense but that

Orient FAC09004D Diver


Orient Watch seems to have stealthily released a new series of dive watches, and they’re absolutely gorgeous.   The new FAC0900XX series watches have quite a different design than previous Orient dive watches such as the Mako or Ray. Most similar to the Mako USA to my eye, the bezel and case