Featured Watch of the Week: Camera

September 6th, 2011 | No Comments

Meet Orient’s best-selling watch in Japan: the Camera.  It is absolutely sleek and far from demure. As the name implies, the automatic Camera was designed with a camera style in mind.  From the simulated shutter-release button next to the crown to the domed “lens” glass face, you’ll appreciate the fine details in this watch.  The bezel is even inscribed with F-stop increments to complete the camera semblance.

The Camera is part of the sporty OrientStar line from Orient Watch.  It’s a heftier stainless steel watch with a 12mm x 40mm case that’s water resistant down to 100m.  The power reserve indicator on the top is an unique detail that lets you know how many hours you have left on the watch.  The 6 o’clock sub dial shows the fluid second hand and a window on the left exposes the the inner balance wheel.  The Camera comes with an exhibition case that smartly displays the inner mechanism on the underside.  Everything about this watch says “Look at me!”

This particular style has the added touch of boldness in the black face and dial. The face has a beautifully constructed design without hurting the eyes. Perfect for everyday wear. Match this gem with a black sports jacket or a simple sweater and jeans. You have a variety of color options with the Camera. Pick the scheme that fits your style.  If you still haven’t heard enough about the Camera, checkout the customer reviews. The five-star customer reviews tell it all: this watch comes with great mechanics and style!

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