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Just outside Seiko, Orient Bambino (leather) - this is a great compromise between the two above options . (and sooo cheap)
> When wearing your watch is the entire watch going to be exposed or would it be under a sleeve?
Probably 50/50 -- I spend a lot of time with my sleeves rolled up at work.
The Orient Bambino is also 40mm, subtle, and classic, but also 50m and automatic. I don't have much experience, but I'm starting to get the sense automatic won't make much difference to me long as I wear it a while every day and handwashing or even some rain is not going to bother anything with at least 3ATM...
orient, seiko and casio make solid products. I don't own a watch less $120 so I can't speak to your price range. But if I were you I would save a little more and get a watch I really want rather than settle. If you aren't buying a quarts and I were you I would probably save for this
How about this Orient Bambino? Sort of reminds me of the Tissot Visodate, but a fraction of the price.
What about the Bambino? Black dial - Version 2 white dial
And here's my version 2 wedding watch (cream dial).
I'd go with an Orient Bambino 1.
$130 - Orient Bambino quartz
These are pretty popular. A little more than you want to pay though
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It's on amazon for 129$ usd right now with free shipp if you dont want to wait which i think is work the 30$ more
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Orient's white dial Bambino is $113, they're usually $140-$160 in other colors.
The Orient Mako and Ray and Seiko SKX007 are great 200m divers, while the Seiko SNZF and SNZH are great faux-divers with 100m water resistance and attractive designs.