Accessory company Orient designed the Triton 200 meter diver watch for men in a classic style from the brand, with a new Japanese-made automatic movement.
The brand released the watch to replace the previously released M-Force watch, acting as an updated and more fashion-forward edition. The watch features a 43.5 mm case, making it more wearable and comfortable, as well as a new power-reserve feature that ensures a long-lasting product.
The Triton 200 meter diver watch offers three new face colors, including royal blue and white, light blue and white and navy blue and gold -- for $655 dollars apiece, this watch is packed full of style and practicality for its price range.
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