Orient M-Force Power Reserve

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We’ve sung all kinds of praises for automatic watches. We like how they look, and how much careful engineering has been put to create them. Each one has its own distinction and function, but the most useful might be the power reserve function. It’s important because you can visually judge just how much juice is left in the proverbial tank of the watch. You know exactly when it needs winding and when it’s about to conk out. That’s just what this Orient M-Force Power Reserve is all about. Model CEX05003B is housed in a 38mm stainless steel case with a black dial. Animating the timepiece is a Japanese automatic movement with a date complication and the aforementioned power reserve by the 12 o’clock position. There’s a textured push-pull crown plus a click button to let you adjust the date easier. Wrapping things up is a stainless steel bracelet. Not that you’ll dive down to 100 meters but if in case you decide to do so, the M-Force Power Reserve is up to the challenge. Best of all, The Discount Watch Store is offering this very model with an incredible mark down. $180.

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