Orient Watch produces some exceptionally classic watches that reflect Orient’s heritage while being fully aware of current trends and styles. The Orient Symphony is the perfect example of this.
Here’s what we love right now about the Orient ER2700 Symphony. Check it out!
We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again: Symphony is the epitome of a classic Orient Watch. What makes it so?
It’s really a combination of features that starts with a clean, readable dial that, except for the subtle indices and sleek watch hands, offers little interruption.
In fact, the only things really separating this watch from Orient’s original timepieces is the size (Symphony is slightly larger than the originals), the range of styles (Symphony is available in 11 unique styles), and the exhibition case back (Symphony offers this super special feature that adds artistic detail and interest).
What should a watch be made of? Let’s see, it needs to be durable and long lasting all while looking good.
Symphony is built with solid materials that are tried and true. A case of stainless steel, a band of either genuine leather or stainless steel (depending on the style), and a dial covered with mineral crystal glass will certainly make this watch last a lifetime (if not longer)!
Lastly, we love Symphony’s...
There’s actually nothing not to love about Orient’s in-house 21-jewel mechanical movement that makes the Symphony tick. This movement, like most other Orient movements, offers approximately 40-hour power reserve function.
Additionally, this movement also includes a date complication.
Perhaps best of all, as mentioned, Symphony features an exhibition case back. This special feature allows you to watch Orient’s movement in action! People often find this feature simply mesmerizing.
After all, watching a tiny, hand-built machine with roots dating back hundreds of years is pretty amazing, to say the least.
Want more on this watch? Check out this detailed Orient Symphony Review!
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