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Thursday 4 August 2022

New Orient Releases, European/Global Versions

Earlier we presented the new releases launched by Orient Japan – the vintage-inspired Neo Classic Sport, and a red hot magma-inspired M-Force.

We're following up now with Orient Europe's announcement of the global-distribution versions of these models – and these include not just new reference numbers of the same versions, but new versions as well (differing in styling, technically identical).

For the Neo Classic Sport, we now have the following references:

·         RA-AA0E07B, similar to the Japanese reference presented earlier, featuring black plated steel case, with rainbow-colored markers and a leather strap, limited to 2,000 units.

·         RA-AA0E06B also similar to the Japanese reference presented, features bronze-color plated case, with orange / golden markers, and a leather strap.

·         RA-AA0E05B features a raw stainless steel case, with white and orange markers, and a steel bracelet.


For the M-Force, we now have the following references, each intended to represent some element of the Earth:

·         RA-AC0L07L featuring a deep blue dial (representing the ocean) and a steel bracelet;

·         RA-AC0L08Y featuring an orange dial (representing lava) and a steel bracelet;

·         RA-AC0L09R – similar to the Japanese reference presented earlier, with a red gradient dial and rubber band, limited to 2,000 pieces.



  1. I love your blog. A great place for Orient fans. Keep up the great work

  2. Nice review Eran. Just a little correction, the rainbow LE is limited to 2000 units, not 150 :)

    1. Hi, that's what it says - 2000 units :)

    2. Sorry I was referring to your article named "New Orient Model: Neo Classic Sport". You state 150 units for the RA-AA0E07B.

    3. Well - that earlier article referred to the Japanese announcement - the JDM (RN-ref) model is indeed limited to 150 units in Japan, according to the release notes. The identical world distribution model (RA-ref) is limited to 2,000 units.

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    5. Thanks for the clarification Eran. Strange they both have the same P/N nonetheless.