Rev your Engines: the Orient YFH03002M is on Its Way

May 27th, 2011 | 13 Comments

While many watches claim to have quality mechanics, the Orient YFH03002M doesn’t just claim it; this watch let’s you see for yourself. Combining retro flair, industrial details, and mechanical quality, the YFH03002M Retro Future Motorcycle watch is ready to go anytime, anywhere.

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Subtle Detail


As many watch enthusiasts know, it’s the little things that count. With the many little details of the YFH03002M, wearers will never be bored.

Here are just some of the things that make the YFH03002M stand out:

  • Hexagonal crown shape
  • Bolts on Stainless Steel band for added detail
  • Orange color on second-hand dial and power reserve
  • Blue hands for added flair

While these subtle details can keep wearers entertained for days, the overall band simplicity lends the eye to the fascinating dial. Large in size, the dial gives this watch a 3D element not seen in many other designs.



Motorcycle Elements


How is a watch comparable to a motorcycle? While the elements differ, the YFH03002M puts the action and excitement of a motorcycle at the palm of your hand. The YFH03002M captures the style of a motorcycle with:

  • White engine-like accent pieces on the dial
  • Orange power reserve indicator styled as a gas gauge
  • Retro number designs

Truly a conversation piece, the YFH03002M is ready to bring your timekeeping up to speed.



Quality Craftsmanship


As with all Orient watches, you can expect only the highest quality of a mechanical watch. What makes the YFH03002M different from others, though, is that it allows you to see its quality in action.

With a semi-skeleton dial, the balance wheel is fully visible to users, so you can see exactly what is making your watch move. The power reserve, indicated on the dial through a gas gauge-like mechanism, lasts about 40 hours and is powered with wear.

The YFH03002M is perfect for those who want to show off their newest piece.

  1. 13 Comments | Tell us what you think!

  2. By Arash on Jun 22, 2011

    Beautiful watches, I just came across this brand for the first time last night as I was browsing for a watch. They seem to be a great value, my only problem now is which one do I order ;o)

  3. By Bill on Jun 23, 2011

    That is just gorgeous. The styling is superb and the complications look amazing.

  4. By CAROL EDGEWORTH on Jun 24, 2011

    FILLED OUT THE FORM AND THE PAGE COMES UP WE ARE SORRY WE CANNOT GET THIS WEBSITE

  5. By Cindy M on Jun 27, 2011

    Love Orient watches

  6. By Alan on Jun 30, 2011

    Such a slick looking automatic timepiece!

  7. By Phred on Jun 30, 2011

    Absolutely Gorgeous. Every detail complements each other perfectly – from the color right down to the screws. Beautiful.

  8. By Eric on Jul 6, 2011

    An automatic movement and an “open heart”, fused with a sleek modern design! Stunning! You have somehow managed to capture the essence of the classic motorcycle in what is sure to be soon be a collectable, classic watch

  9. By stan k on Jul 7, 2011

    First glance, what is it? Intriguing, beguiluing, captivating.

  10. By Deborah H on Jul 10, 2011

    What beautiful watches! Craftsmanship is so superb with your watches,they are more than just a time-piece, they are works of art you wear on your arm.

  11. By chris on Jul 11, 2011

    I own 4 Orient watches including Mako but this watch is something else. A gotta have for sure

  12. By greg on Jul 12, 2011

    Nice looking watch, first time i’ve seen these.

  13. By Terence H on Jul 13, 2011

    The Orient Watch Co excells to the highest degree in the world of automatic watchmaking. Breathtaking, Exquisite, Incredible, words that only begin to describe the wonderful feeling of owning these lovely pieces of art! You will catch yourself constantly looking at your wrist, feeling great about your own special watch.

  14. By Walter S on Jul 13, 2011

    Very Cool.

    Nice, original piece! Love the sporty color scheme with the refinement of the semi-skel.

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