Oris Divers That Are Practically Edible

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Oris Divers That Are Practically Edible

Post by koimaster » April 8th 2021, 5:53pm

The Divers Sixty-Five line from Oris has seen numerous expressions over the years, from the steel & Bronze "Bico" to a denim-inspired iteration to our very own limited edition. Now comes "Cotton Candy." The watch is a light and playful take on the Divers Sixty-Five platform, with a bronze 38mm case and bracelet paired with one of three pastel colors: sky blue, wild green, or lipstick pink. The "Cotton Candy" typifies why so many collectors love Oris. The company isn't stuffy. Its products maintain high quality, but remind us all not to take watches too seriously.

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Post by bedlam » April 8th 2021, 10:41pm

Yeah, I barfed.
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Re: Oris Divers That Are Practically Edible

Post by Pubbie » April 10th 2021, 10:04am

Fucking weird, just following some dumb trend, and will look like a Smartie dropped into a bucket of shit when the bronze goes off. Ridiculous. They'll get bought for women by misguided men who've read about them on some internet somewhere, and will get them chucked back in their face when they go brown.
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