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  • Orient Men's Ray Raven II Japanese-Automatic Watch with Stainless-Steel Strap, Black, 21 (Model: FAA02003B9)
  • Orient Men's Ray Raven II Japanese-Automatic Watch with Stainless-Steel Strap, Black, 21 (Model: FAA02003B9)
  • Orient Men's Ray Raven II Japanese-Automatic Watch with Stainless-Steel Strap, Black, 21 (Model: FAA02003B9)
  • Orient Men's Ray Raven II Japanese-Automatic Watch with Stainless-Steel Strap, Black, 21 (Model: FAA02003B9)

Orient

Orient Men's Ray Raven II Japanese-Automatic Watch with Stainless-Steel Strap, Black, 21 (Model: FAA02003B9)

Orient

Orient Men's Ray Raven II Japanese-Automatic Watch with Stainless-Steel Strap, Black, 21 (Model: FAA02003B9)

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Product Description Product Description
  • 42mm Case Diameter
  • Japanese-automatic Movement
  • Water resistant 200m (660ft):in general, suitable for professional marine activity and serious surface water sports, but not diving
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Someone in another review said "just pull the trigger", so I did!This is probably the best value in a high quality, Japanese made automatic watch available today. The new and improved Ray II offers improvements over previous movement designs including one that I deem essential..the ability to "hack" or stop the second hand when the stem is pulled out to the time setting position.Two links removed and the band fit my wrist perfectly. This watch has everything it should have...a high visibility, high contrast face, date and day display and sweep second hand. It gets down to business without being distracting. Easily a watch you can classify as "sporty-stylish" and one that would fit in during a poolside party or at a board meeting where formal dress is the norm.The Ray II is an automatic wind watch in which normal arm activity through the day keeps the mainspring wound and powers the movement. There is no need for batteries and the screw down crown ensures the time setting will be secure and not inadvertently pop out and stop the watch if hooked on clothing as I've had happen with other watches which lack that feature. A screw down crown for me is mandatory, regardless of the depth rating of the watch, which in the case of the Ray II happens to be a comfortable 200 meters.I'm a huge fan of durable, metal bracelet mechanical watches and the Orient Ray II delivers exactly what I'm looking for at a price that is astoundingly affordable.************UPDATE 6/24/2017This watch is the most accurate automatic watch I've ever owned. It has not lost or gained a single second over the past 36 hours! Contrast that with a Swiss made Tissot automatic I have that out of the box lost 15 seconds every 24 hours. And the Tissot cost more than 3X what this Orient Ray II cost! 5Works well, looks pretty, accurate and a pain in the ...This is my first automatic watch and I must say I have mixed feelings about it.The thing is that you should consider if automatics are for you, cause they are not for me.For the uninitiated this is not your typical mall boutique watch. This is NOT a quartz watch which means there is NO battery. It holds mechanical energy in a spring that is wound up by either wearing the watch or by manually winding it using the crown. This also means that the watch will only work for so long as the sprint has tension on it. This is referred as the power reserve. This watch has about 2 days power reserve in my experience. So you should expect to find the clock "dead" after a few days of not wearing it. THIS IS NORMAL every mechanical watch works like this, not matter if is an Orient, Citizen, Omega or Rolex. Of course some watches have longer power reserves, but purely mechanical watches usually only hold a few days of power.Automatic watches such as this are also way less accurate than your $10 chinese quartz watch. Yeah you read that right a $10 chinese no brand quartz watch is way more accurate than a $9,000 Rolex Submariner. This is just part of how the technology of the 2 differ. You should NOT expect a mechanical watch to be sure accurate. Even Omega and Rolex high end models are only about +/-5 seconds a day. This Orient has about +/-40 seconds and is under $200 which is pretty amazing. You should also keep in mind that every watch has a slightly different deviation in accuracy so you model could be +/-8 secs a day while mine is +/-30 secs a day. You might find it almost as good as some watches worth 10 times more.For me it's a pain to have to rewind the watch every 2 or 3 days.I have several watches and I constantly change between them in the week, but I notice I tend to use my battery quartz watches and my citizen solar way more than this specially when I'm a bit late in the morning and I notice the watch died in the middle of the night and doesn't have the correct time or date.For those used to large watches I would say that you should first make sure the size is good for you. Coming from slightly bigger watches this feels like it needs 1 or 2 more millimeters in the diameter department for my taste.::Looks of the watch::The watch looks amazing, the details on the orient logo, the crown logo, the finishing in the bevel coinage, everything is spot on. I must say the logo on the dial is specially amazing. The details and size and how is applies amaze me every time I look at it. However while the dial looks nice I would say there is nothing special about it, while also nothing wrong, it just doesn't wows anyone.The band of the watch is not bad by any stretch for this price range but nothing amazing. Everything works well, there is almost zero rotor noise unless you can hear a needle dropping this won't bother you.It was a screwdown crown, hacking and manual winding. The crown action is very satisfying and every step is clearly defined. The bezel action is magnificent and I really meant it. The bezel has a 120 click action and is rock solid not a chance it moves by accident. Too be honest is a little hard to move but it also means it has zero and I mean zero play in either direction, the bezel action is amazing every click is very satisfactory. However the aluminium insert is a bit underwhelming since it's like a matte color it doesn't pops. 5Best Overall Non-Pro Diver In $100-$500 Price RangeI'll get this out of the way first: The Orient Ray (Black) is my daily-wear watch, and I love it. I say it's in the Non-Pro category only because, for a number of reasons, including water resistance rating of 20ATM (200 Meters) it is not suitable for deep diving. Now, let me tell you why I love it, giving you the high points and low points.***Important: My evaluation is based on my personal preferences in watch styling and mechanics. The only hard & fast rule in watch preferences is that there ARE NO hard & fast rules in watch preferences, so take my points in that context. If you see watches in the same way I do, you may find them helpful.1. Dive Styling: 41.5" case size turns out to be my sweet spot, and the black bezel with larger marked 10 second increments is clear, easy to read. The face is black, and it's a DEEP DARK BLACK, as is the bezel, contrasting well with the hour markings. The hour & minute hands are modified "sword styling", the second hand a long, slim pointer tipped with a bright red spear. It's a little thing, but the detail finish on all three hands is the quality of a much more expensive timepiece. All three are lumed, and it's a bright, long lasting lume - I can easily read mine in the dark after eight hours of sleep. Ditto on the hour markers and bezel pip. Which brings me to a personal preference - the Ray's hour markers are either round or rectangular, with a slightly larger wedge shape at "12" position - no "numbers". I believe this gives a dive watch a much cleaner look, but some folks like to see some numbers - if you do, consider the Orient Mako, with numerals at 6,9 & 12. Personal preference.2. Case: Orient makes a heavy-feeling SS case w/screw-down back. It feels solid, and supports the 200M depth rating, and I'm guessing might actually rate considerably higher. Top surfaces are finely brushed, with side surfaces polished, for a subtly expensive look. Crown is screw-down, as a dive watch should be, with grip a little on the hard to grasp side, but still acceptable. Crown is polished, with the Orient logo embossed on the end, a classy touch. Action is firm when adjusting hands & day/date. Threads engage firmly, with an appropriately sized thread tube that does not "wobble" when the crown is grasped. The Ray has built-in crown guards formed as part of the case - I find this one it's most attractive cosmetic features, and of course it makes perfect sense to protect the crown. Crystal is "mineral"...I would have paid more to get the same watch with a Sapphire crystal, but understand the cost/benefit calculation. Having said that, I've been wearing Orients with mineral crystals for about five years now, with no scratches, and I'm a clumsy oaf with my watches, so it must be a pretty hard surface.3. Bezel: As mentioned, bezel on this model is a deep, inky black, with minute numerals crisply rendered in a SS tone. The Ray's bezel is a 120 click version. Here is one if my two criticisms - the action on this bezel, like the older model Ray & Mako's I've owned, is really too tight for diving use - there is no possible way it could be turned under water with or without gloves, because the "teeth" around the circumference are too small & smooth considering the tight action. This actually works well if worn as I do, in a "desk diving" mode, where bumps do not dislodge it, but not underwater, if that is a consideration.4. Movement: The new Ray features a hacking house-built Orient beating automatic heart, #F6922. My previous Orients used the older, Non-Hacking movement, which is one of the key reasons I fell in love with Orient Automatics. The older movement ran just a bit slow for me, but more importantly was ALWAYS very CONSISTENT, with a very quiet winding pendulum. The new movement seems already to be just as high quality - and my particular F6922 is running consistently about 10-12 seconds fast per day, which I consider perfect for an automatic. No guarantee yours will do the same, but believe me, this movement is the equal of far more expensive engines. The Day/Date function is crisp & seats perfectly in the viewing windows. Thank GOD Orient has ditched the "Day" Pusher located at 2 o'Clock on the old Ray case, with the arrival of the new movement. It was ugly, cheap looking, and another way for the watch to leak (I put up with it because I loved the rest of the watch so much). Another small Orient detail - the silver Day/Date window "frame" is beautifully finished & perfectly seated. The second hand sweep is not as buttery smooth as a 28K or Hi-Beat movement would be, but perfectly acceptable, and the red tip gives that little extra "instrument panel" look to the overall analog face. While we're talking movements, personal preference #2 - Automatic movements are my requirement vs Quartz...I've owned lots of both, don't own any Quartz's now. There are great Quartz divers out there - the Seiko Tuna monoblock titanium Quartz was one of my first "crushes", but I'm strictly an Auto guy now.5. Bracelet/Band: I removed the bracelet as soon as I unboxed the watch, and placed the watch on a black 22mm ballistic nylon 2-Pc. Strap. This is one of those personal preference deals - I like a light wearing watch/strap combo - and you may prefer a bracelet, no problem. It's an OK bracelet, medium weight class for a SS bracelet, although a ratcheting dive clasp replacing the deployant clasp would be cool. My least favorite features are the non-solid end link covers - they are the usual flimsy covers, and in my opinion have no place on a timepiece purporting to aspire to the name "Dive Watch". I left the plastic & paper wraps on mine, and will be selling it. If I ever want a bracelet for this watch, I'll go aftermarket, possibly the solid end-link model w/ ratcheting dive extension used on Orient's own Saturation Diver, which also has a 22mm Lug width.6. Overall, I'm in love. My watch collection is down to two - this and a Deep Blue Pro-Aqua Auto, for those days I feel like wearing a brick on my wrist. If one dive watch is all you want to worry about, and you don't dive for a living, some color version of the Orient Ray will make you a very happy Desk Diver. 5Orient Ray 2 has affordable Elegance and Functional Design as a Rolex alternativeThe "Blue" Ray 2 Orient Sport and Dress Diver's watch is an exceptional value for its overall look, function, and build in a watch that emulates the design and quality of my Rolex Submariner without the fear of an investment loss if stolen or destroyed while traveling and doing everyday tasks. My Rolex has become my "Dress Watch" due to its much higher repair and replacement cost. I first bought the Black dial Ray 2 for everyday wear because it also had a Day date function which is far more useful for travel and as a Monday to Friday watch. I work around water and boats as a USCG Auxiliary Public Affairs officer doing photography and other tasks where I need a durable water resistant divers watch and bracelet. The Oreint Ray 2 fits the criteria perfectly. I wear only silver and stainless jewelry name bracelet and rings with black onyx, hence the first choice of the black dial. I also liked deep blue lapis for my alternative watch hand ring and was looking for a beautiful lapis blue divers watch dial and Bezel without paying the price of the Rolex or Omega Sea-Master and had no further to look than the Blue Dial Ray 2. So for one tenth the price of and Omega and or $10k less than a Submariner I have 2 durable Orient Ray 2 automatics on a dual winder always ready to wear.Are there things I could improve on both watches that I would pay a little bit more for? Yes there are.1.) One is to have a reflection free Sapphire Crystal instead of Mineral Crystal, 2.) A crown that was slightly larger to manipulate when using to change settings, manual winding, and screwing in and out, 3.) polished and relief logo watch back which is easier to clean, 4.) The Black Dial Ray 2 could use a little texture to contrast the Bezel, 5.) the Blue Ray has the same needs except the watch Dial is nicer with its irredescent blue finish and contrasting satin finish darker blue Bezel. The Blue disl Ray 2 would be nice to be sold with a Blue Leather Aligator dress band and stainless bracelet, 6.) I generally like the bracket supplied but prefer the simpler Rolex Submariner bracelets without the polished detail (minor preference) but for comfort would like the 22mm stainless steel band to tapor off the case to a 20mm for wrist comfort and design.Overall the watches are almost perfect especially when factoring in the purchase prices that are just under $200 per watch. Still $150-$1,200 less than several Tissot automatic Diver watches and the Hamilton Kahki day day watches. The fact that the company is associated with Seiko did rank as positive for purchasing. I have a Seiko Solar divers watch I really like but the date is very unreadable - too small. The Orient had excellent readability and lumen for day and night visibility. Last wish is that the Logo Mark 2 lions with a shield were 10% larger for design legibility and that the lumen on the bezel was also 50% larger and three dimensional. I was looking for a similar Roman numeral Orient dress watch with a day and date function like their divers but they only make one without the day and date function. So the two Ray 2 divers watches are elegantly detailed with the Blue Dial having that extra blue color available to make a nice dress sport version with either the stock stainless braclet or changing out with a blue leather for a dress sport look. Either way, the Orient Ray 2 watches black or blue dials are winners in build and time accuracy as well as the design look -- for a sold positive recommendation of 4 stars and would rate a solid 5 Stars with Sapphire Crystals and easier to manipulate crowns. 4Quality time piece.I purchased this watch as a gift to a friend. This is a true enthusiast's watch and you just can't beat an in-house movement at a sub $200 price point. The only downside is that it doesn't have solid end links but again, at this price you can't really complain about that. The package as a whole; box/packaging, presentation, in-house movement, hacking, day/date, 200m WR etc. greatly exceeds the price. Again, this was a gift but I did take it out for inspection. Will definitely purchase another one of these for myself. 5Great Price to Quality Ratio WatchPurchased for $172.32 from Amazon itself on 3/24/17.The Orient Ray II has a good price to quality ratio. I find the bracelet to be perfectly acceptable and comfortable. I resized it for my 7-inch wrist.The blue dial is quite attractive and catches the sunlight nicely.The lume on the hands and markers is bright and long lasting, equal to a Seiko's.This watch has turned out to be more accurate than 5 other more expensive automatic+hand-wind watches I own: 2 Seikos (6R15C movement) and 3 Hamiltons (Intra-matic, Viewmatic, and Pan-Europ). The Ray II was more accurate by a few seconds than the next closest, the Viewmatic. 5very good dress diverThis is a very good "dress diver". It isn't a tool-tastic as an SKX, but is dressier, and has great finish on the case, dial, and bezel. The sunburst effect on the glossy face of it looks amazing, and the matte bezel is a nice contrast. This watch wears a bit smaller than most 42mm, but I think the wider band and short lug-to-lug contribute. Not many watches automatics in this price range have manual wind and hacking, and their movements are in-house. I have only two complaints 1) The bracelet isn't very good, but I had planned on using a nato strap anyway. 2) The bezel is very stiff. I think the bezel wouldn't bother me so much, but I also own a Citizen Promaster Diver ( BN0151-09L ), a Seiko SSC017, and a Casio MDV106-1A, and all three have smoother operating bezels, and the Casio was a $50 watch. 5Orient makes a great watch with so much "bang for the buck!"Orient makes a great watch. So much bang for the buck. If you are thinking about this orient OR the Mako 2 over say a Seiko SKX, do it. main reason is the upgrade automatic movement with hacking and wind. The seiko does not have hacking (the 2nd hand does not stop when you pull out the crown AND you cannot manually wind the watch to power it, you must wear it or shake it side to side). On this Orient or the Mako 2 (not true on the regular ray or mako) you can manually wind the watch. I LOVE the hacking as I like to keep my watches precise to the atomic clock. Hacking allows you to easily do this. All manual watches will be + or - per day and this amt varies by the watch itself, not just the brand or model. The band is comfortable and its not a "hair grabber." I am fussy about bands and the orient bracelet is very comfy and well made. The face of the watch (blue model) is GORGEOUS. Photos do not do it justice. I also wanted a "Pepsi" colored bezel (in addition to this blue ray 2) and almost pulled the trigger on the Seiko SKX. I kept thinking about the non-hacking movement and the fact that I cannot also manually wind the watch and therefore opted for a 2nd Orient instead. The movement is the game changer for me with the Orient over the Seiko. Sure, for my collection, I'd love to own the Seiko, but the non-hacking movement will drive me nuts. For other people, it may not be that big of a deal. DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE RAY 2 AND MAKO 2 - the hands are different, the face is different (#s on the 12, 6, and 9) on the Mako 2 and Indices on the Ray 2. The 2nd hand is a little different between the two, compare them. other than these, the font on the two is different on the bezel also. larger font on the ray 2. not a big deal for me. I do not see anything else. same movement, band, etc. Which one do you like? it is subjective. I suggest getting them BOTH. lol. If I had to do it all over agan and could only own one Orient I'd get the pepsi Macko 2 because of the Pepsi multi-colored bezel (have not seen a pepsi ray 2, though there may be one, not sure). Orient also makes models with the black face. I like the blue better. You have to see it in person. Amazing. You will NOT be disappointed. Hope this review helps! 5The watch you wanted and the perhaps the dive watch that you'll ever really need...!I cannot believe the quality of this timepiece for the price. I got the blue dial (D9) and it is just something else, especially in sunlight. Feels like a much much higher priced watch. It has that quality which you can only feel once you hold it in the hand. Rock solid. And on top of that it has the new F69 in-house movement with hand-winding and hacking. In my opinion it blows my Seiko SKX out of the water. My grail watch was a high end Swiss diver (Not Rolex), but after I got this, I don't feel like I will get much satisfaction per dollar amount spent. (I am not saying they have the same quality. That'd be naive.) But, it has all the features I wanted in a dive watch of my desire (Substantial lume, solid unidirectional bezel, applied markers, screw down caseback and crown) all with a Japanese quality to write home about. It does not have the ISO certified diver's depth rating. But I am not a diver and 200m water resistance is more than enough for day to day use for most of us.So, yes, It's that good. And trust me, being a watch and horology enthusiast I know my watches in depth. (get that?! ;-) 5Beautiful watch!An absolute steal for $180. Movement gains 2-3 seconds a day on my wrist, up to 5 seconds a day if sitting on the table. I've worn this watch almost every day for a year and a half and love it. 5
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