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Browsing wrist watches tonight on eBay, checking out a Bulova Marine Star diver, seller says runs slow. I didn't know a quartz watch could run slow, googled model number to see if this was a manual movement, but it is quartz. Stumbled into another forum where the post was the pros and cons of the Bulova versus an Orient diver automatic. Replies were mostly in favor of the Orient. So I'm wondering if anyone has any experience with Orient watches, google search says it is an old Japanese company that produces their own movements, automatic and quartz, of good quality, now owned by Seiko. Most if the eBay listings seem to be overseas.
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orient is a solid watch, comparable to seiko and cirtizen, usually the same value. I have sold many, automatics are usually their best item.
Posts: 5101 | Location: Buffalo, New York in the USA | Registered: November 11, 2009
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Agree with Andy own 2 orients automatic they are more know on european market
but are solid watches to have.
one is 15 years old the other 8 no issues.
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