Orient’s premiere diver watches are the Mako series. These watches tend to be best sellers, and it’s easy to see why. Let’s take a look at the series and compare the watches side by side…
Mako XL – This automatic diver comes in six vibrant variations and a sharp stainless steel band. The watch has a 60 click, one way rotating bezel as well as a day and date feature on the dial. With a 44.5 mm case diameter this watch is larger than most, which adds to its sporty and versatile style. This watch retails for $290.
Orient Mako – This watch differs from the Mako XL mainly in size. It is a little smaller at 41mm. It also features bright dial options including a stunning yellow and zesty orange. It is also slighter less expensive at $215.
Mako Rubber – The urethane band mainly distinguishes this watch. This rubber band allows for more of an aquatic look. This watch, similar to the others, also comes with a 40-hour power reserve. This watch retails as the least expensive of the three at $180.