I assume you meant the FGW01009B, they have it listed as the "Class" at OUSA.I've seen a few Orient's, I believe one of them was called the "Politician" that resembled the Museum dial. I'd head over to Orientwatchusa to take a look.
That looks like the one. They've changed the name since I've last seen it. Not a bad watch for the price.I assume you meant the FGW01009B, they have it listed as the "Class" at OUSA.
FGW01009B | Orient Quartz Watches & Reviews | Orient Watch USA
It does look quite similar, and it has a sapphire crystal.
If you really want the Movado, then you probably won't really happy with one that is similar alternative.
Keep an eye on eBay and the sales forum and good luck.
I wouldn't go near a Movado Bold. They are extremely cheap feeling if you get to handle one. Mostly plastic cases and bracelets that squeak when moved. They're also not Swiss made but rather made in China with a Swiss quartz movement. For what they go for I think they're grossly overpriced. For the right price I think they'd sell but for upwards of $400 for a Chinese plastic watch it doesn't seem worth it. In comparing them to ESQ it basically is an ESQ with the Movado name on it. Same idea behind using a Swiss quartz movement but Asian case and bracelet as ESQ but with the added bonus of charging a premium because "Movado" is written on the dial rather than ESQ. If you're still really dead set on getting a Movado I'd get a regular museum dial collection watch thats still Swiss made from one of the Movado Company Store's you see at various outlet centers. They're discounted there and generally cost even less than most online retailers.Never realized it was cheaper of the line, I thought that was why they created ESQ for. I think Movado is just trying to get a younger audience for their watch. I myself am not a fan of Movado.