Upgrade your CTT00002B: New Models Available at Orientwatchusa.com

December 7th, 2010 | 1 Comment

If you’re reading this, then chances are you’re already familiar with Orient watches like the CTT00002B or the 2ER00001B, and you probably own at least 1 model. It’s time to upgrade your collection with the newest additions to Orient’s collection of watches that are available on orientwatchusa.com.

Orientwatchusa.com is the official distributor of the Orient brand in the United States, and some new models are now available in the U.S. that were previously only available in Japan and other countries where the brand is sold.

Read on for a description of 2 of these models and why you’ll love them:

  • The Orient Colossus CTD10002B
  • The Orient Excursionist FFE06001B

If you like the CTT00002B, then you’ll love:
The Orient Colossus CTD10002B

What’s the same?
As part of Orient’s Sporty Quartz collection, both the CTT00002B and the new Colossus CTD10002B have an athletic, casual style. They also share some of the same features, like a black dial and a chronograph feature, which enables the watch to keep elapsed time in addition to the continuous time that all watches keep.

With stainless steel bands and mineral crystals, both models are durable and able to withstand scrapes and scratches. In addition to reliability, they offer convenience with a date indicator.

What’s different?
The Colossus CTD10002B, which is like an upgraded version of the CTT00002B in many ways, is a bigger and bolder model.

It has a large 50.5 mm case diameter, a big difference from the more subtle 41 mm case diameter of the CTT00002B. It is also more water resistant by an additional 50 meters.

If you like the Orient 2ER00001B, then you’ll love:
The Orient Excursionist FFE06001B

What’s the same?
The new Orient Excursionist FFE06001B has been generating quite a buzz among watch aficionados on popular forums like WatchUSeek. If you like the popular 2ER00001B, then you’ll love the Excursionist because they’re both diving models with a similar look.

Both models feature a black dial against a black bezel, and their stainless steel bands enable them to be worn as dress watches as well. Because they’re divers, both models feature a rotating bezel, as well as luminescent hands and hour markers.

What’s different?
The Excursionist has a unique GMT bezel, which has a dual time function, whereas the bezel of the 2ER is much simpler. The Excursionist also has a 200 meter water resistance, while the 2ER is only water resistant up to 100 meters.

The 2ER00001B has a case diameter of 39.5 mm, but the Excursionist makes more of a statement with a 45 mm case diameter. It’s a little bulkier, but a great option for those who have bigger wrists or like the over-sized watch trend.

These are just 2 of the many new models that Orient has added to its lineup available in the United States. With models in every style, like the dressy Senator FFD0F001B and the trendy Elite FET0H002B (which is also available in a women’s model), there’s something new to fit everyone’s style.

So, what do you think of these new models? Which one is on your holiday wishlist?

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  2. By Juan navarro on Feb 19, 2011

    I like the new excursionist, im 39 and my first orient was when i was 7 i write you from spain ( sorry for my english) im looking for new models by orient, and i seen your website.

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