Orange you sad you don’t have an Orient CFD0C001M diver watch?

July 11th, 2010 | 3 Comments

At $1,800.00, the CFD0C001M is one of Orient’s most expensive models. It’s a real stand-out because of its awesome features, like the Sapphire Crystal with an Anti-reflective Coating. And while this saturation diver watch may be pricier than other Orients, it is a lower price than what it’s often compared with: the Omega Seamaster.

But what really stands out is that bright orange face. If you want to turn some heads when you’re heading off for a dive, this is the watch for you.

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This Orient diver watch can withstand a whole lot of water㯄m to be exact. Needless to say, this watch is made for serious divers. It’s a saturation diver watch, eliminating the need for helium release valves within the model.

This is not a small watch. It’s pretty big and hefty؊mm wide and 60mm thick! If you buy this watch, it means you’re serious. And you don’t mess around when it comes to water resistance.

A pretty nifty feature that you diver watch lovers out there will enjoy is the diver’s extension clasp featured on this watch. You can actually extend the bracelet with the watch on your wrist. So you’ll be able to make easy adjustments, even if you happen to be deeply submerged under water.

Like all of Orient’s diver watches, this watch is automatic and its mechanical movement was made in-house. It features a power reserve indicator as well as a date indicator. The date indicator is located in a different spot than usualat the 9 o’clock position. The crown is also located in a different place than usualat the 4 o’clock position.

The CFD0C001M’s bezel is unidirectional and a little tight, but it’s totally solid and there’s no chance that it will rattle. Cheap watches rattle, and this watch is far from cheap.

Finally, the illumination on this watch is excellent on this watch, ensuring that your deep water dive will not be cut short because of a lack of light.

So if you’re in the market for a great dive watch, take the orange Orient CFD0C001M into strong consideration. If you don’t, you’ll be sad you didn’t.

  1. 3 Comments | Tell us what you think!

  2. By David on Jul 13, 2010

    There’s a reason you don’t offer a way to add this to my cart … and it has to to with Holland’s red cart at the World Cup Final, doesn’t it? Admit it.

  3. By Michael Wong on Jul 15, 2010

    Cool looking diver. Definitely attention grabbing with its orange dial.

  4. By Yuri on Jul 18, 2010

    The classic look that never goes out of style, the precisely engineered mechanical heart encased in indestructible armor of stainless steel, the envious glances of passers-by and the highlight of success – yet another rock solid statement made by Orient!

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