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Orient Automatic Multi Year Calendar 100M FEU0700CFH Mens WatchThe Orient Automatic Multi Year Calendar 100M FEU0700CFH Mens Watch is one of those timepieces that are pretty close to being exotic. It puts an end to the days of fumbling over dates and days and the best part is, it sets itself to odd months and leap years till 2024! But that doesn’t mean it becomes obsolete or defunct from 2025. All you then need to is referring an actual calendar when setting the watch for the month.

The automatic date and time keeping across multiple years is not an exclusive feature. There are many that do it; however, when it comes to finding out a specific date or day in a specific year, there’s not another that presents the sequence like this, laid on a platter. The Orient Automatic Multi Year Calendar 100M FEU0700CFH Mens Watch brings you a very practical function in a watch than just telling the time and the date.

It’s been quite some time Orient got into making the multi-year type calendar watches. It is the signature-type pieces from Orient and this one comes with something extra - a slide rule.

The construction and finish of the Orient Automatic Multi Year Calendar 100M FEU0700CFH Mens Watch doesn’t require to be told. The shine and the fluid dynamics are all visible by themselves. The grooves on the crowns, the solidity of the pusher and the crown guard – all speak for themselves. It is still a mystery how Orient manages to keep things so well-done at such low prices!

The pusher at the 2 o’clock position sets the multi-year calendar. The crown at the 3 o’clock position screws-in and locks. You set the date and time with it, at the first-click and at the second-click positions, respectively. With the 4’o clock crown, you rotate the slide rule.

The seven vertical columns at the top of the dial show the months from January to December. The columns got a year disc shat shows from 2003 to 2024. The calendar is set by pressing the pusher at the 2 o’clock. The last two digits of the year are set first and then aligned to the column with the name of the month you want. Leap years are printed in red.

The bottom part of the dial shows another seven columns, containing the dates from 1st to 31st. The arrangement is more like standard calendars. The days-disk is at the top of the columns. Pressing the pusher rotates both the year and day discs.

Some might call the Orient Automatic Open Heart Calendar 100M FEU0700CFH Mens Watch featuring a rather busy-looking dial, but at 44mm, it doesn’t overfill. It has a fully inhouse-built automatic movement with a sapphire crystal – the two most-sought features in the watch-world. The screw-down crown and case back are another two, plus, it is safe to take it down to more than 250 feet under water.

Whoever searching for an exotic automatic watch with useful functions should own the Orient Automatic Flight Multi Year Calendar 100M FEU0700CFH Mens Watch. It comes at a very compelling price-to-feature ratio and is definitely a different addition to any old watch box.

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Tissot Sea Touch T026.420.11.031.00 Mens WatchThis member of Tissot’s aquatic Touch collection is a well built and robust watch with pleasant tricks up it sleeves. A very impressive combination of conventional pushbuttons and touch-screen functionalities, though not the way you tap smartphones.

Don’t compare the Tissot Sea Touch T026.420.11.031.00 Mens Watch with an iPhone. It doesn’t work that way; it’s no computer screen and icons business. You’ll find clearly marked areas meant for touching around. They are laid along the fringe of the dial and also in the centre that you use to change watch modes and call upon the menu system. But the screen itself is so unmarked! For the touch sensors are somehow invisible. You can switch the touch functionalities on or off at will.

It’s also very un-gimmicky! It’s remarkably restrained, with functional practicality speaking from its every curve and contour. The designers impress with the capability of the Tissot Sea Touch T026.420.11.031.00 Mens Watch than with lights, fanfares, bells and whistles and actually obscuring limited functionalities.

The Tissot Sea Touch T026.420.11.031.00 Mens Watch can never be really used in recreational water sports. To test its full capacity, you need to go pro. This is a dive instrument to be used for serious underwater activities and fairly harsh land adventures. It’s not just a lifestyle item, though being quite attractive to look at.

The Tissot Sea Touch T026.420.11.031.00 Mens Watch positions itself well between electronic diving computers and sophisticated Swiss watch making. It’s a different way Tissot tempts even hardcore mechanical fans.

There’s the pusher to activate the sapphire crystal. It gives you access to certain features. Press the various parts of the dial. And a bona-fide gadget watch becomes a serious, yet cool toy.

The Tissot T-Touch Expert Solar T026.420.11.031.00 Mens Watch also happens to be the first diving version of the T-Touch collection, launched back in 2009. The Sea-Touch has the size and style! The sober black and white exudes a masculine look with the correct tech and town mix. It gives the Tissot Sea Touch T026.420.11.031.00 Mens Watch access to non-diving contexts. It won’t be looked at strangely. For Tissot used its strict Swiss sense of style and design at its very base before incorporating all the functionality. That’s why, you can wear it even with light formals, despite its ‘sports’ sorting.

The dial design is really sharp. The hands stick out nicely without looking like eyesores. They didn’t sacrifice beauty for the sake of being read-easy. Broad hands that are easy to see in murky, low light conditions often get ugly and obtrusive; that’s not the case here.

From a function perspective, The Swiss ETA 48.301 quartz movement combines an analog dial with a LCD screen, operated through three rubber coated pushers. It also makes use of the receptive sapphire crystal. The LCD shows time in a second time-zone, a perpetual calendar; allows you to set alarm, run the chronograph, show temperature, direction, dive time and depth; besides you’ll also get to log functions.

The Tissot T-Touch Titanium T026.420.11.031.00 Mens Watch abides by European EN 13319 diving watch norms. It qualifies for legibility, water resistance, anti-magnetism, shock resistance and durability, among other properties. The 600feet plus water resistance is useless if you can’t take it that deep!
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