The Orient CEZ05003B racing watch: a bold and sporty choice

July 20th, 2010 | 3 Comments

If you’re a die-hard watch lover and collector, you’ll definitely want to add the Orient CEZ05003B to your ever-growing collection. And if you’re new to the watch scene or in the market for a new one, this is also the right watch for you.


It’s an automatic watch, so it’s powered by motion. Just wearing your watch around during the day will generate enough power from your everyday movement to keep the watch ticking for up to 40 hours.


The CEZ05003B is one of Orient’s sportiest watches, but it’s also simple enough to wear in the workplace. An amazon.com user said he wore this watch every day for 6 months! He describes it as “stylish, yet sporty.”

The design of the Orient CEZ05003B is dark and dignified—and anything but flashy! The watch is fully black and very clean and streamlined. The splash of orange on the watch face gives the Orient CEZ05003B a punch of personality and style.



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Ideal for the active watch wearer, this watch is a sporty and automatic model. However, even the everyday watch wearer would be able to pull this model off with any outfit and in any situation. It’s a classy wrist piece, and it’s also made to get the job done. Efficiency is the best word to use when describing this watch. It’s reliable and fashionable, and it won’t let you down.

This racing watch also provides a number of useful features to its wearer.

These features include:

  • 40-hour power reserve indicator
  • Screwed down crown
  • 100m of water resistance
  • Date hand calendar function
  • Orient caliber 46J53 mechanical movement

If you like this watch but you’d like to see it in another color, check out the Orient CEZ05001B in silver and black with a splash of neon yellow to keep things interesting!


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Both watches feature 3 subdials on a simple watch face. There is a power reserve indicator located at the 12 o’clock position. There is a second indicator located at the 6 o’clock position. And at the 9 o’clock position, there is a useful and easily-read date indicator.

A semi-skeleton caseback allows wearers to see the mechanical movements inside both of these great-looking watches. There is also a great deal of texture given to both models, giving the watch some contrast and dimension.

So whether you’re a fan of the yellow or the orange, both colors are sure to deliver a wrist-full of awesome features!

  1. 3 Comments | Tell us what you think!

  2. By Bill on Jul 22, 2010

    I’ve been checking the DOD over the past month hoping this watch will end up on it.

  3. By David Adams on Dec 22, 2010

    I’ve been checking the DOD over the past month hoping this watch will end up on it.

  4. By Nick T on Jun 20, 2011

    I just recently learned of the brand and I believe this will be my first of hopefully many wonderful timepieces from this company!

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