Here is the orange dialed version of the Orient “Mako” CEM65001M automatic diver’s watch.
Some people especially don’t want a digital watch, and you can easily rely on a watch like this to do sound workhorse duty while still enjoying it as being classic looking with an automatic mechanical movement inside.
The dial of the watch is a handsome element including three Arabic numeral hours with the rest being lume covered indicators.
The watch crown has a nice engraved Orient logo which is a nice touch, especially on a price at this level.
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This orange dial version has a small issue due to the red tip of the seconds hand that makes it “disappear” a bit against the orange background, but it is not a huge deal and not an issue on the other dial colours.
You don’t need to spend a lot of money to get a decent mechanical diver’s watch.
In addition to this aiding the watch’s water resistance, it prevents you from accidentally pushing it and changing the day of the week without meaning to do so.
Along those same lines, you can easily choose this watch as a good looking “beater” watch or utility watch.
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It has an Orient made manufacture mechanical calibre 469 movements with day and date, as well as a study steel bracelet and a good look.
Being water resistant to 200 meters, you can easily do most diving with the watch easily.
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The size of the watch is perfect for the look being comfortable yet masculine. Check out more of WatchAffairs reviews and drop us your email to stand a chance to win our monthly exclusive watch giveaways