Orient Saturation diver and Sea Dweller 126600 on wrist comparison

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    Orient Saturation diver and Sea Dweller 126600 on wrist comparison

    Hi all, would anyone have both these watches and able to post some photos on wrist? Thanks! I have the Orient already and am thinking of getting the Sea Dweller but am unsure of the size.

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    Re: Orient Saturation diver and Sea Dweller 126600 on wrist comparison

    My friend has the SD - it’s BIG - and ugly - the orient is better looking - but Rolex oozes quality
    They are almost just as big on the wrist - the orient slightly more so

    I’ll get some wrist shots

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    The Orient is significantly bigger, both in diameter and height.

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    Re: Orient Saturation diver and Sea Dweller 126600 on wrist comparison

    Can't compare the SD to the 300 Sat, but I had a DSSD and the 300m Sat was more much comfortable and less "top heavy."

    Like ibbz said above, the Rolex oozes quality, so not a fair comparison. Compared to the MM300, though, the Sat feels more "quality" than the MM. My opinion, of course.

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    Re: Orient Saturation diver and Sea Dweller 126600 on wrist comparison

    Quote Originally Posted by ibbz View Post
    My friend has the SD - it’s BIG - and ugly - the orient is better looking - but Rolex oozes quality
    They are almost just as big on the wrist - the orient slightly more so

    I’ll get some wrist shots
    That would be great thanks!!!

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    The Orient is significantly bigger, both in diameter and height.
    Thanks! The Orient wears very big too. It never sits proper on my wrist and always tend to tilt in the direction of gravity no matter how I position my hand. Would you have a photo comparing the SD and the Sat?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigflax925_2 View Post
    Can't compare the SD to the 300 Sat, but I had a DSSD and the 300m Sat was more much comfortable and less "top heavy."

    Like ibbz said above, the Rolex oozes quality, so not a fair comparison. Compared to the MM300, though, the Sat feels more "quality" than the MM. My opinion, of course.
    Yeah I have tried the Deepsea and it's really thick! I used to lust after the Sat diver and the Deepsea because they are like the ultimate watch engineered for sat diving. But after I got the Orient I found out all the impressive seals, gaskets and what not they have in the watch doesn't matter if it doesn't wear nice on the wrist!

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