Where in the world is… the Orient CEY04001B?

September 2nd, 2010 Posted in Orient Watch Reviews | 3 Comments

Look out, Carmen Sandiego. There’s a watch out there that will give you and your country-hopping abilities a run for your money.

It’s called the Orient CEY04001B, and it doesn’t mess around.

But before you start butting heads, why not consider joining forces?

There are a few reasons why you should do so.

This watch is water resistant up to 100m. It could accompany you on your crazy escapes—from a quick boat ride to a deep sea dive. This watch can take pretty much anything—and then some.

It’s also nice and sturdy and made out of sapphire crystal— meaning that this watch is extremely scratch-resistant. The stainless steel band features a fold over clasp with a double push button safety. This watch will stick with you no matter what you’re doing. It would be a trusty and loyal companion.

The Orient CEY04001B is an automatic watch. It’s powered by your movement. And we all know that you’re a woman who is constantly on-the-go. So you won’t have to worry about this watch dying on you. It features a 40-hour power reserve indicator located around the 1 o’clock position. So at any moment, you can take a quick glance down at your wrist and know how much power you have to work with.

The most useful feature of the Orient CEY04001B for you is its Worldtime ability. This watch will tell you what time it is in every time zone—the perfect feature for a frequent world traveler like yourself. You’ll never miss a beat with the Orient Worldtime adorning your wrist.

The Orient CEY04001B is sleek and black. But if you’d rather opt for a white-faced watch, check out the Orient CEY04003W.

So, what do you say, Carmen? Why don’t you and the Orient CEY04001B join forces? I think you’d make one hell of a team.

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  2. By richard rose on Sep 10, 2010

    I have an Orient 21 jewel automatic, which I dearly love. It is a man’s watch with a black face and it does tell me the time in every time zone. it is fashionable and smart looking and it keeps excellent time. I do agree that there is nothing more in harmony with nature than a self winding mechanical watch.

    Richard Rose

  3. By richard rose on Sep 10, 2010

    Until recently, The Orient watch was a well known brand in many places of the world, but not very well known in the United States. I am glad to see a brand of this quality achieving its due recognition here in the United States.

  4. By Robert D on Jul 9, 2011

    I never collected anything, but I seem to have picked up a thing for Orient Divers. I love the look, quality, automatic movement from a true manufacturer, and the value. Orient watches, from the Mako to the Orient Star divers, they are all an astoundingly good buy. My friends are hooked too.

    Thanks a lot Orient!

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