Wednesday, December 9, 2009


The history of Orient watches started as far back as 1901 when its founder, Shogoro Yoshida, opened a wholesale store of watches in Ueno, one of the commercial districts in downtown Tokyo. Orient Watch Co Ltd was then incorporated under the name Tama Instruments Co Ltd on July 1950 as a manufacturer of wristwatches and started operations.

For more than 50 years since its establishment, Orient had strived to produce and market the best models throughout the world by emphasising on its marketing niche of affordability and creativity.

One of the 2007 mechanical watch collections that has withstood the test of time and still sought after is the 'Professional Diver'.

The Orient Automatic Professional Diver watch is designed for saturation diving, with special case construction without helium escape valve, which withstands greater depth underwater.

The watch is designed with a structure to support 300m diving with the angle of the bezel adjusted to allow turning with the gloves on.

It is fitted with a screw case back engraved with the Orient Lion emblem, a metal strap that features an extendable buckle.

The new watch comes with a box and an international guarantee couple with an alternative rubber strap.

The available new unit is now retail at RM 4,900.00 before a generous discount.

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