Orion Field Standard Giveaway

Orion Field Standard

Orion Field Standard

The next WatchPaper & Microbrand Watches Group giveaway is an Orion Field Standard by Nick, a similar model to the one I had the pleasure to review a few months ago. The dial is a bit different, it’s a field watch and it has a date window at 3 o’clock.  The price of the Orion Field Standard on Nick’s website is US$450.

Inside the 38 mm polished stainless steel case, there is a Seiko NH35 automatic movement. The dial respects the design requirements of a field watch. The hands, known as “cathedral hands” are the quintessential field watch hand-set. They are large and have ample space for copious amounts of (C3) lume. Cathedral hands were featured on the first field and trench watches. The red tipped seconds hand is white and easy to pick out, for those times when you need to track something to the second.

About Orion

Orion was founded by Nick Harris, currently a full-time student at the SAWTA watchmaking school. Before the Orion, he was mainly doing Seiko mods that started as a hobby and with time, it turned into a business. With the Orion, he is assembling parts that are manufactured for him, and as he learns new techniques at the school, he is incorporating them in his watches.

For more about Nick and Orion, go to

Entering the giveaway

To keep things simple, we are using the best giveaway platform out there, used by many major blogs and websites, called Rafflecopter. To enter, all you have to do is click the “Visit WatchPaper on Facebook” link in the Rafflecopter box, before June 23, 2017.

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To enter, you have to be at least 18 years old and you must provide a valid email address for notification.

Potential winners will be contacted by email, and they have 24 hours to respond if not, another winner will be chosen.

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