Orion has been hard at work giving the Calamity a small refresh. New dial colors, a Sellita movement with a custom DLC rotor and a fully printed dial are just a couple of the major changes. When the calamity first launched a few years back, it was one of the thinnest dive watches available at any price point. Thin dive watches and skin divers are making a comeback but the Calamity reminds us why thin divers are so great. Let’s take a closer look at the Ecru dial Orion Calamity.
Will has been a photographer for nearly 15 years. Coming from the world of landscapes and architecture, watches were something he never thought he would photograph. In 2018 he founded The Watch Clicker to bring his love for watches and photography together. Photographing watches quickly turned into also writing about watches and the reviews you see today are the product of that evolution. Dive watches and chronographs dominate his collection as he is a die hard tool watch fan. Will believes that you should wear a watch how you want to. Leather on a dive watch? No problem.