Orient 'Bambino Version IV' Japanese Automatic Stainless Steel and Leather Dress Watch
- 41mm Case Diameter
- Japanese-automatic Movement
- Water resistant to 30m (100ft): in general, withstands splashes or brief immersion in water, but not suitable for swimming or bathing
- Case thickness: 11.8mm
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|Dial window material type||Mineral|
|Case material||Stainless steel|
|Case diameter||41 millimetres|
|Case Thickness||11 millimetres|
|Band Material||leather calfskin|
|Band length||9.5 inches|
|Band width||22 millimetres|
|Bezel material||Stainless steel|
|Water Pressure Resistance||100 Feet|
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About Orient Watch:
- Has manufactured mechanical watches for over 65 years
- All movements (the timing device) are made in Japan
- Producing our own movements ensures the highest quality and speaks to Orient’s true passion, watchmaking
Orient Men's 'Bambino Version 4'
On the surface, it might be easy to mistake the Bambino Version 4 with the original Bambino. For this fourth iteration of the timeless collection, we chose to move back to its roots, all the while taking inspiration from previous models along the way. Sure, the signature domed crystal is there, but unlike the original Bambino, the hour markers on the Version 4 are rounded and diamond shaped. The hands are a lot thinner (which is perhaps a hat tip to the Version 2), and the seconds hand has been partially dipped with a red accent. The Bambino Version 4 has become slight larger, moving away from the traditional 40.5mm width of previous models and instead becoming a modern 42mm across.
- Automatic, Hand-winding, and hacking (seconds halt) movement
- Domed Crystal
- 50 Meter Water Resistance
- Date Indicator
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I have had the watch for a week and I still love it. Very accurate. However I must admit that the leather band that comes with the watch is hard on the edges even after you break it in. I used a push pin and took the strap off and replaced it with a black nato strap. It feels so much better and completely changed the look to a slick looking everyday watch. I still recommend this watch . The original band only feels good with the deployment clasp added.
***UPDATE: I tried it on a stainless steel Milanese bracelet and I think it pairs well. So far, it's been keeping accurate time, within its expected deviation.
After chatting with Amazon product support, they helped me to file a warranty repair claim. After sending the watch to Orient support on my own dime, I was told a week after they received it that they would not honor the warranty because it was sold by an unauthorized Amazon seller. And to add insult to injury, the cost of the repair was quoted to be $110 - $135 dollars. News flash. The watch new can be had at that price.
While I thoroughly enjoy the look and how the watch wears at the price it was offered, this will be the last Orient timepiece I will ever consider buying. I don't understand why in my particular case, being less than two months old with proof of purchase and all original packaging and items included in the gift box, minus the manual which I didn't even notice was for a different model, they would choose to charge the price of a new watch to repair it. I'm surprised they would charge me to repair it at all, frankly. The consolation? The correct manual is supposed to have been replaced in my gift box after I pay another $16 for them to ship the broken watch back to me.
Amazon did right by me, even though they didn't have to, sending me a replacement. I will return the defective watch to Amazon after I receive it, which I would have gladly paid shipping for had Amazon not given me a return shipping label.