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Oris has been on a bronze rampage over the past year, with attractive releases such as the limited edition Carl Brashear calibre 401 and “Fratelloris” Big Crown, as well as the standard production Cotton Candy collection of Sixty-Five divers. While the material has become less of a novelty move for manufacturers, I fully welcome the burgeoning trend. Bronze can provide the feel of a gold aesthetic at a much lower cost, and depending on its composition can either develop an interesting character over the course of time or retain its precious lustre. Yesterday, Oris introduced bronze in another segment of their catalogue. Having already tackled chronographs and divers, now they look to the skies with their new Oris Big Crown ProPilot Big Date Bronze – a standard production entry into the aviation-inspired line.
https://timeandtidewatches.com/introduc ... te-bronze/
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Suppose that bland wartch caters to purchasers whom want to get a cheap looking bronze pilot wartch...... for cheap.
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Reminisccent of the Invicter cables. Awful case detail.
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