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by Andrew Connor "My internal buying logic usually dictates that I buy something visually reserved, ideally small and likely expensive. But the “summer beater” concept lets me throw that out the window: pick up something cheap and tough enough to survive a swim and stay in one piece after being bounced off a boulder, but that also has fun warm-weather vibes. For all this, the Orient M-Force Bravo is perfect."Article at Gear Patrol
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Fun watches, very accurate out of the box, love mine...bracelet is a piece of shit , get a nice rubber strap and call it a day....
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Good looking watch
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It's been interesting to watch Orient thrash around for the last five years, trying to make a moderately-priced diver with the M-Force series. Ever since the Revolver, which was a really good watch, M-Forces have been swing-and-misses since as they've tried to come up with something that gains traction, like the Sumo. However, as eddie says above, all have been fun watches.
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A really nice looking watch
Reminds me of one of my favorites:
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