Orient Mako Automatic Men’s Watch
Few affordable divers command such reverence as the Orient Mako. For over a decade, the Mako has been one of the most recommended dive watches for both first-time watch-buyers and seasoned collectors alike. But within that same breath of appreciation, proponents of the orient mako were also quick to express the piece’s quirks and downsides. Over the past 14 years, though, orient has taken note and improved some of these items, like better stainless steel and an improved bracelet experience.
However, one point of criticism always seems to stick without any remedy in sight: the movement. The orient mako was originally launched with the orient F6922 – an automatic 22-jewel movement with accuracy and a quirky date change. For a while, it seemed like the watch fam would have to just be content with the orient F6922 caliber.
This is the last year you’ll want to wear a traditional analog watch. With automatic watches such as the Orient Mako III, they have a more practical and accurate movement that helps makes them more accurate. But still with its own quirks. It also has an automatic movement that you can use. This feature is great for longer periods of time if you have your hands around the watch or if you swim or wash your hands during that time frame. With this feature, it will automatically wind the mainspring up to ensure optimum accuracy.
The Orient Mako III Automatic RA-AA0001B19B 200M Men’s Watch is a stunning timepiece that will truly take you back a hundred years. Featuring automatic movement, sapphire crystal glass, and 22 jewels, this watch can handle anything, from swimming to the beach to diving. It also has luminous hands, markers, and a day/date display along with a uni-directional rotating bezel for accuracy down to the seconds. The solid case back makes it that much more durable than most watches of its type as well as giving it an exquisite look with its faded design and stainless steel case and bracelet.