The M-Force name was revived in 2011 and since then, a 200m M-Force diver is released each year without fail. This time round, I managed to take a look at the 4th M-Force model, the black dial EL07002B. This watch is also the biggest model in terms of size compared to the previous models. Every M-Force diver is compliant with three ISO standards namely ISO 6425 diver’s watches, ISO 764 anti-magnetic watches and ISO 1413 shock-resistant watches.
Here’s a quick look at the EL07002B.
This watch comes with a stripe patterned dial. The hands and hour markers are nicely designed and look like they are unique to this watch (not shared with other models). The power reserve sub-dial being located at the 12 o’clock position makes the dial look balanced.
Here is a side profile shot showing the signed crown. The watch is fitted with a black rotating bezel and flat sapphire crystal.
The crown is located at the 3 o’clock position and is protected by a set of crown guards.
The case is quite symmetrical as the other side of the case has a similar shape as the side with the crown guards.
Another side shot.
The new M-Force diver comes with integrated bracelet. Below are a few shots to show the details of the bracelet.
Caseback is not much different from previous M-force models.
The lume is pretty bright although they are quite skinny on the hour markers. I also notice that on this specimen, the bezel pip has blue coloured lume whereas the lume on the hands and marker is green.
Here are a few more shots of the EL07002B.
Diameter: 49.1mm excluding crown
Lug Width: NA
Water resistance: 200m
Orient M-Force EL07002B featured in this post is provided by
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One Commonwealth #03-24
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