The Orient Men’s Blue Mako Automatic Diver Watch shows in one sweeping motion just how reliable and well-built the Orient’s watch making continues to be. The level of commitment continues to shine with no doubt as to their continued success.
Japan’s best kept secret began its journey over one hundred and fourteen years ago in Tokyo. The Orient Watch Co. made its debut in 1901 under the original name “Yoshida Watch Shop” in 1921 as Toyo Tokei Manufacturing, Tama Keiki Co., Ltd and finally in 1951 as the Orient. Orient has long held the prestigious honor of being its own maker of all things within the heart. For Orient, the heart of the matter lies within the mechanical parts. To be successful is to be true to your own, to be responsible for all that you take on. For Orient that means only one thing, they design it, they make it and they sell it. There is no one else involved except you. No one makes their parts. Orient is a one stop shop when it comes to the Orient Men’s Blue Mako Automatic Diver Watch and all other watches they make. There is no outsourcing of parts; it’s all in house for Orient.
The Orient Men’s Blue Mako Automatic Diver Watch takes the water sports loving man to depths of 200 meters and up. Orient designs and manufactures all movements in house, they know, understand and trust the quality of the materials used in making a world class watch function beyond what the world can truly see.
Additional Features Include:
- Day and Date function
- Stainless Steel Unidirectional Bezel
- In-House Automatic Movement
- Competitive Price Point
- Mineral Crystal Face – (composed of several elements, heat treated to create a hardness that resists scratches)
- 13.3 mm Case Thickness, 41.5 Case Diameter
- Secure Clasp features a fold over push button clasp w/safety
The Orient Men’s Blue Mako Automatic Diver takes the outdoors watch and makes it into a must have for every watch lover out there. With 21 subtle jewels and the Blue Mako face all set into the Stainless steel band; Orient has designed a diving watch fit for the ballroom on any given evening. Perhaps, that was the intent with the subtle jewels and the contrasting blue and stainless steel. It is fit for a dynasty and nothing less than will do. With that being said, one look at the pricing would have you reconsidering that minor detail. Priced for the modern man at $285, it is easily affordable, desired and already on your wish list by the looks of stare.
The Orient Men’s Blue Mako Automatic Diver was designed for the everyday man who had a passion for diving. Either to wear as a boastful medal or to wear down into the sea, the man and his watch were made to be in synch together quietly sweeping through the sands of time. Tradition, honor and commitment have kept the Orient Men’s Blue Mako Automatic Diver in check to ensure it would always be here when you needed it most. Are you ready for your last watch? One million movements strong and forty years in the making, it is highly unlikely it will need replacing anytime soon.