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Orient 2nd Generation Bambino Version 2 Dome Crystal Automatic Leather Watch
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Orient 2nd Generation Bambino Version 2 Dome Crystal Automatic Leather Watch
FAC00009W0

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Alternate Model Number: AC00009W, FAC00009W, ,
Our Price: US$110.95 change currency
RRP: US$300.00 Sale 63.02% Off Save US$189.05 (63.02%)
Availability: Sold Out

Description

2nd Generation Bambino Version 2. The new upgraded version of the model FER2400EW0 features hackable and windable movement.
Specifications
Brand
Orient
Similar Models
SAC00009W0
Gender
Men
Glass Type
Domed Crystal Glass
Case Material
Stainless Steel
Strap Material
Leather
Movement
AutomaticSelf-winding, powered by the motion of the wearer’s wrist.
Manufactured In
Japan Made Movement
Features
Hackable & Hand Windable
22 Jewels
Daily Accuracy of +25 to -15 seconds
Calendar (Date Display)
40 Hours Power Reserve
Display
Analog
Dial Color
White
Case Width
40.5mm
Case Depth
12mm
Water Resistance
Splash Resistant
This product is supplied with:
  • Genuine Orient Watch
  • 1 Year Official Orient International Warranty
  • Manual and Instruction Booklet
  • Official Orient Box Included (Small Charge Applies)
  • Why do we charge for the watch box?
30-DAY RETURN POLICY

We understand that when shopping online - there is always a risk that you may not like the product that you receive. That's why we provide a 30 Days No-Questions-Asked return policy with all products. You simply ship the unused (Tags + Manual + Packing) product back to us and we will issue a full refund.
* Please note that we will only refund shipping fees for items that are defective.

INTERNATIONAL WARRANTY

All Orient products ship with a 1 Year Orient International Warranty Card.
* Please note that service centres in some countries reject warranty claims for purchases from offshore online vendors. In such cases, we are also available to service your product for up to one year.

Please contact us to initiate a return.

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Since 1950, Orient has been the leading manufacturer of automatic mechanical watches. Known for stunning quality timepieces,Orient is unmatched in producing beautiful watches with affordable prices.

From classic vintage designs to modern pieces, you can’t go wrong in choosing an Orient watch.

Orient manufactures their movement in-house.

Customer Reviews (3)

A modern classic. Will get stares, and questions. - Review by from India
Review by <span>Jayanth</span> from India
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5 out of 5
Orient makes their movements in-house. Keeping that in mind, making a watch so artistically unique, was stunning to me, when i opened the packaging from Dutyfreeisland.

The people at Dutyfreeisland shipped the product very soon, but the draconian postal system took 1 month (a good scenario) to deliver. Glad this watch made it.

The first thing that will surprise you, is how functionally thought out the dial is. The markings are all accurate, and the seconds-hand sweep ensures that you can use it as a casual precision timekeeper. The domed crystal ensures the dial to look compact inspite of the 40.5 mm case-width.

the Roman numerals look crazy in pictures, but it is also quite functional. It is a very shiny dome, so this watch WILL get you noticed. The reflective roman numerals will also aid that endeavor. But it won't scream out. It will subtly call out to fellow watch enthusiasts, to take a quick glance at this beauty. The domed crystal makes this a premium watch.

There is a classical sunburst kind of a feel to the dial color. It gives off a slightly mesmerising feeling when looking at the dial - just broken up by the date window, but the font styling should have been more in line with the dial markings. That was a slight slip up in design. The dial numbers stick out, but i guess that is by-design.

The next thing that will hit you are the brilliant blue hands of the watch. The long-sweeping seconds hand, and the sharp lines of the hour and minutes hands. At the correct angles, this watch is a stunner and an ideal dress companion. Although many may find the size rather odd. You will understand only when you purchase the watch or hold it in your hand and try it on with formal dresses and suits. The size is a tad bit odd, but not too much.

The Leather strap is a slightly dark-brown, almost patent-leather kind of a strap. It just does the job of looking high quality, and feeling high quality. It is comfortable and doesn't give you issues but after a few years (since this watch may last a lifetime, based on the build quality) - i would switch out the strap to something nice and luxurious.

The crown is big. The movement is noisy and may sound garish to some, but this watch screams for attention, and so does the movement. It hacks. Hand-winds. Hand-winding is quite noisy too.

I've often times found myself raising my wrist just to stare at the watch. I realize why it fits well now. The watch is quite thin, inspite of a sizeable domed crystal. This is ingenuity and attention to detail from the Japanese watchmakers at Orient.

Put a swiss name on this watch, and people would gladly pay 1000 USD+ for this beauty. Consider this for the quality, and the pricing.
MR - Review by from Turkey
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5 out of 5
Great product. Very well design watch. Happy with service provided by DFI Quick and reliable services.
MR - Review by from Turkey
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5 out of 5
This is the best seller of version 2. While keeping its antique-inspired design, version 1 has been upgraded with the F6722 movement, allowing it to be automatic, hand-winding and hacking.
It is classy on the outside, freak on the inside. It features modest Roman Numeral markers, thin hands, and a train track chapter ring. And since it is paired with an onion crown and a domed crystal it’s easy to forget that it is built in a modern size of 40.5mm. The addition of a movement that can be hand-wound really drives the classic feeling of the watch.Are you a “less-is-more” kinda person? Then this is for you.
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