Orient M-Force Diver WZ0031EZ

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    Picture Orient M-Force Diver WZ0031EZ

    This is a quick starter about this watch..







    Dimensions:
    Case diameter (excl.crown): 42 mm
    Lug to Lug: 45 mm
    Height: 15
    Lug width: 10
    Bracelet tapered 20 mm to 16 mm

    Weight 160 grams

    More to follow.....


    Tony Lewis
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    Re: Orient M-Force Diver WZ0031EZ

    >> Looks sweet as Tony! How about a lume shot for us later? Cheers mate.




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    Re: Orient M-Force Diver WZ0031EZ

    Quote Originally Posted by kiwidj View Post
    >> Looks sweet as Tony! How about a lume shot for us later? Cheers mate.
    Will do.. Does the name KiwiDJ have any connection to New Zealand?


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    Re: Orient M-Force Diver WZ0031EZ

    Quote Originally Posted by anzac1957 View Post
    Does the name KiwiDJ have any connection to New Zealand?
    Kia Ora bro!

    Sure does mate. Born and bred in Enzed (Ch-Ch 2B exact), just not living there now.




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    Re: Orient M-Force Diver WZ0031EZ

    Further pics, review to follow in a couple of days..















    Tony Lewis
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    Re: Orient M-Force Diver WZ0031EZ

    Quote Originally Posted by anzac1957 View Post
    Further pics, review to follow in a couple of days..













    Really nice pic i was looking for the same

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    Re: Orient M-Force Diver WZ0031EZ

    The Orient M-Force Diver WZ0031EZ is a Japanese Domestic Market model that is no longer available. It is a comfortable size and weight. The case is a nice shiny stainless steel with solid link bracelet. The bracelet links are held together with pins; it is let down by a very basic clasp. The lug width is only 16mm and the spring pins are quite thin. Fat pins will not fit. This is of concern as a weakened pin may fail as happened to me today. Luckily there was no major damage.

    The crown and bezel have a nice knurled pattern. The crown screws down firmly. The bezel rotates firmly in one direction with 60 clicks and lines up with dial markers.

    The dial has been described as egg shell white. It has a lovely sheen in certain light. The markers are raised and the subdials (power reserve, seconds and date) are inset. Lume on this one is great and lasts the whole night.

    If you can find this model on the market, then go out and get one. This is a recommended buy.


    Tony Lewis
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    Re: Orient M-Force Diver WZ0031EZ

    Tony, this watch is speaking to me. You say that it is discontinued and I've been searching but "no joy". Any ideas where I might find one? The newer M-Force just aren't the same. Cheers
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    Re: Orient M-Force Diver WZ0031EZ

    Quote Originally Posted by zagato27 View Post
    Tony, this watch is speaking to me. You say that it is discontinued and I've been searching but "no joy". Any ideas where I might find one? The newer M-Force just aren't the same. Cheers
    Sorry. No idea where you might get one.. You could try a WTB in the sales forums.. Use one of my photos if needed to show what you are after..

    Cheers


    Tony Lewis
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