Word from W&W is that Oris has some embargoed watches on display, and that some might have more calibre 400 movements.
As an aspiring watch blogger stuck in a govt. job, I hope I'm not betraying confidence (As I just asked a question on a W&W livestream and I'm excited about the response I got back)...
Oris has always been a brand I'd love to LOVE--whether it's their new designs, transparency, or their sustainability efforts--but I cant's quite put my finger on why I don't.
Maybe this will bring Oris into closer competition with other luxury brands...
The Calibre 400 has an accuracy of +5/-3 seconds per day, which actually bests COSC standard. It's also fantastically resistant to magnetism. Cant wait to see what they come out with, and hope for maybe a Cal. 400 Divers 65?
Just a humble enthusiast. It all started with a Tissot.