I like divers. I searched for quite a long time and considered many models, but (despite more expensive competition) the choice fell on the Japanese Orient. The manufacturer states that the indexes of the dial are to resemble predatory barracuda. There is really something to it. Thanks to its appearance, the watch is very versatile. The timer can be successfully worn both with a suit and during holidays by any body of water, because the water resistance of 20 atmospheres allows safe (for the watch) diving even with scuba. It is also very solid. Japanese producers are famous for this. This is evidenced by, for example, a sapphire crystal, a massive bracelet and a bezel that moves with a pleasant resistance. In addition, another advantage is the automatic Orienta movement used in this model. Japanese engineers developed it themselves, based on many years of experience. Thus, they did not take the easy way and did not borrow the mechanism from another manufacturer. It has a 40-hour power reserve. Finally, it is worth mentioning the rather ambiguous color of the dial. Depending on the time of day and the intensity of the light, it is sometimes in a shade of bottle green, dark navy blue, and sometimes even black. To sum up, I recommend it to all those who want to have a decent mid-range timepiece, but not different from the more expensive competition. On my rather slim (17.3 cm) wrist it looks decent.