More color from Oris

What do you guys think about these. 39mm, in house 120hr movement, titanium. I also really like the case design. But damn, a $4300 Oris is hard to wrap my mind around.

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Eye catching color, fresh design with great size, and a hell of a new in-house movement with 5 days of power reserve. They even give a 10 years warranty because they are so confident with their movement!

What a great deal! Watch to watch for!

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@RussP562 I really like these

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I share those sentiments about the price, it immediately turned me off these. I love the colors, titanium, and that bracelet/clasp is very cool. I wish the date wheel was color matched or the indices bigger to offset the date aperture. Maybe for $3300. 

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I have a ProPilot 45mm.  Picked it up under $1K.  For that price point, it punches way above the belt.  So I admit I love the brand and the quality is great for the price point.  But I cannot fathom spending over $2K for an Oris.  But that is just me. 

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I really like the blue version. Perfect blue IMO. But for that price I probably go for BB58 blue, even if it is a bit Apple and pears.

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I'm really looking forward to that one sent a message to ORIS customer service about the halflinks/micro adjustment for this one. Very nice timepiece.  😍

I have that lift clasp on a 41mm ProPilot. The lack of microadjust was a problem for my 6.6" wrist until ORIS made halflinks and send me a set for free.  

Also never had a problem with triggering the clasp release on accident like I thought I would. 

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10 years warranty, in-house movement, Titanium case and bracelet

I personally think the price is little high but can be justified especially if you compare to other brands. 

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I think whoever is setting the prices at Oris are getting ideas above their station. Have a word.

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Looks awesome, didn't think i'd be a fan of a 'peachy' dial, but must admit it looks fantastic.

Love the angular shape of the case. 

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they are looking awesome. This nice sharp edges are looking so futuristic, very lovely.

But I am just rebuilding my collection to get rid of date windows...

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Awesome watches. i think they are trying to ride with the current high watch prices. BUT, it is an Oris and I i think they are deluded to price this model at the 3-5K range. with that budget I would get a Tudor instead. I don’t want to upset Oris fans here but I would classify Oris as a mid-tier brand, within the same ranks of Longines or Tissot? like I won’t pay more than 1K for this….

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A bit highly priced, but nice watches.

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@RussP562 I really like these

Hhhmmmm not sure myself, think the price would stop me 😢

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Love the watch, but not the price point.

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This is the biggest downside with in-house movements - that price is crazy. There are so many options in the $4k price point that I imagine it will be hard for Oris to find there niche there. Love the angular styling of these, though. 

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Blue is nice.  I'd punch myself in the face if I saw myself in the mirror wearing the pink one.