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Orient Has Released a New Affordable Dive Watch

Japanese Orient releases an all-new line among their popular automatic dive watches, and it is handsome, solid, and packed with value as ever.


Those who appreciate the value and quality of affordable mechanical watches from the major Japanese brands will perk up for a new line of Orient dive watches. The Orient Kano (“water god”) is everything fans love about the brand’s current dive watches, updated with a handsome design featuring mixed polished and matte finishes for a more refined feel. Water-resistant to 200m and featuring a 44mm wide by 12mm thick steel case topped by a mineral crystal, this is a watch you can dive with, beat up, or even dress up.

The Kano is powered by the brand’s F6922 automatic movement with a power reserve of 40 hours, which has been found in dive watches such as the Orient Mako II. It offers hand-winding and hacking (the seconds hand stops when setting the time), which is worth noting as a more premium feature that not all Orient movements have. Available in several color and strap configurations, the Orient Kano has a price of $235 on a silicon strap and $255 on a steel bracelet.

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Gear Patrol also recommends:
Casio Anti Reverse Bezel Dive Watch ($50)
Citizen Eco-Drive Promaster Dive Watch ($125)
Seiko SKX007J1 200m Dive Watch ($285)

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