With winter now in full swing, are your wrists ready? Here’s what you’ll find the Orient Team wearing this season!
Ray Raven II – Definitely something different compared to the normal Ray. The black-on-black look is crisp, unassuming, and downright awesome. The dial markers and bezel markers pop, just as much as the lume does in the dark.
Mako XL – An oldie, but a goodie. In addition to its standard features (200m water resistance, day and date, work horse movement) we recently upgraded its bezel to be 120 clicks. We also brought back the wide range of colorways that the collection was known for.
Neptune – After a short hiatus, the Neptune is back and ready to tackle the elements. It features a bold, easy to read design and practical functionality including power reserve, date, and bright, lasting lume. The watch you’d take on a SCUBA dive can surely handle whatever winter has in store.
Bambino Version 4 – The one and only Bambino right now with a stainless steel bracelet. Leather straps do okay in the rain, but stainless steel ones are preferred since they dry and can be cleaned more easily. Did we mention that it’s also the only model with a cool butterfly clasp?
Sun and Moon Version 2 – It’s not the one that started it all, but definitely the one that put the collection on the map. The embellishment and complexity of the Version 2 has permeated to all existing Sun and Moon collections; from the guilloche-styled finishing to the multi-dimensional look of the dial.