Orient Star Diver Watch Debuts: Featuring Two Sea-Inspired Colour Schemes

Orient Star Diver Watch
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Just as summer makes its warm presence known, Orient has introduced two new additions to its Orient Star Sports Collection – the perfect companions for all your aquatic adventures.

The freshly-released Orient Star Diver watches come with dials in hues of deep oceanic blue and mysterious dark green. These colours aren’t merely aesthetic choices; they encapsulate the profound allure of the ocean’s depths. Encased in a sturdy 43mm stainless steel shell, each watch is paired with a corresponding link bracelet and also includes an optional black rubber strap for a more versatile look.

These references aren’t just about style – they’ve been meticulously crafted with the needs of the underwater explorer in mind. Both models sport a carefully knurled bezel, allowing for easy adjustments while submerged. The bezels also mirror the colour palettes of their respective dials – deep blue matched with blue and red, and the dark green paired with a shade of the same hue.

At the heart of these divers, you’ll find Orient’s newly developed in-house F6N47 calibre. These watches are power-packed with a hefty 50-hour power reserve and are water-resistant up to 200 metres. For added durability, they feature special ring frames providing enhanced shock absorption. The luminescent indices and hands ensure optimum readability in low-light environments, marking another thoughtful design choice.

Priced at a competitive £799.99 GBP each, these timepieces are now available for purchase on Orient’s official UK website. Dive into summer with these marine-inspired marvels from the Orient Star Sports Collection.

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