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Re: Orient Saturation Diver

Postby bedlam » March 1st 2013, 9:06pm

jaw wrote:
bedlam wrote:The Revolver is 14mm from memory, the OS300 is 16.5mm.


Close, the Revolver is 15mm.

Thanks for the correction jaw
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Re: Orient Saturation Diver

Postby conjurer » March 1st 2013, 9:54pm

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jonnybardo wrote:I posted that before I saw Bedlam's response. 16.5 is pretty thick - getting dangerously close to Invicta territory, but I think I can live with it. My wrist is 7.25" and I like a biggish watch, so the Saturation Diver - at 45 x 16.5 - looks about perfect.

Gone are the days where I try to wear a 52 x 20 watch and not look like a fool.

Its well balanced on rubber and the bracelet though. Lots of people with pussy wrists who can't handle big watches (like conjurer) still have no problem with the OS300.


We have the same size wrists, you bogan bastard!
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Re: Orient Saturation Diver

Postby jason_recliner » March 1st 2013, 10:00pm

Yep, it definitely wears well for such a hefty piece of steel. It's got a large, flat caseback and subtly curved lugs, which helps.

Johhny, my wrist is 7-7.25 inches. The OS300 wears well, no overhang, but it's as large as I'd go.
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Re: Orient Saturation Diver

Postby conjurer » March 1st 2013, 10:19pm

jason_recliner wrote:Yep, it definitely wears well for such a hefty piece of steel. It's got a large, flat caseback and subtly curved lugs, which helps.

Johhny, my wrist is 7-7.25 inches. The OS300 wears well, no overhang, but it's as large as I'd go.


Well said. Size-wise, it's OK by me since there's a point to it--it's a real-life dive watch, not some Chinese parvenu shit slapped together by Invicter. Here're my humble impressions of it:

http://watchlords.forumotion.net/t18293-impressions-of-orient-saturation-diver-el02001b-os300

To be honest, I don't like the newest version that much. The Seiya-san price for the older one (like I have) is a very good price for new. And as you've noticed, jonny, these come up for sale second hand fairly often.
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