A new Orient “Mako” was released recently and I had the opportunity to take a look at it. The new model is based on the old one but they have changed certain aspects to made it look more like a dive watch.
This post gives you a summary of the differences between the new and old model and also a quick photo review of the all black Mako, EM65007B.
Shown above is a comparison shot of the new and old Orient Mako. The differences can be summarized as follows:
- bigger font on the bezel
- uses traditional round and trapezium shaped hour markers
- hands are wider
- lume added on the second hand
- stronger lume (sorry no pic)
- center link of the bracelet is different
Most of these changes are geared to making the watch more legible.
Crown and pusher unlocked:
Shown above is the caseback shot. I believe the caseback is different from the old model as it now has a logo on it.
There is a sticker that blocks the logo and I am unable to remove the sticker as this is not my watch. However, I believe it is the same logo that is found on the Orient dolphin. Check out the link below.
Lug width is 22mm.
Other colour variants can be found in this post:
Orient EM65007B featured in this post is provided by
Authorized Orient distributor in Singapore
483 Sims Avenue,
Tel: 6273 3355 Fax: 6278 8929