Redesigned Oris Artelier Complication

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Redesigned Oris Artelier Complication

Post by Racer-X » June 12th 2017, 7:48pm

by Ilya Ryvin "Oris is perhaps best known for its diver’s watches (Divers Sixty-Five, Aquis); pilot’s watches (Big Crown ProPilot); and its growing collection of impressive in-house calibers (Calibre 110, 112, 113). The love for many of these among the watch enthusiast community is not without merit, but there’s another collection under the Oris umbrella that is worthy of your attention, and that’s the Artelier line, and within that, the Artelier Complication."

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Re: Redesigned Oris Artelier Complication

Post by TemerityB » June 13th 2017, 7:55pm

Oris has been getting really serious lately, with prices to boot. It's gonna be interesting to see if a good brand - albeit once that goes gray more than Steve Martin - can build its cred enough to lure people into dropping five or six large for their wares.
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