Got hands on with a few watches last week.

I have been on the road the last couple of weeks working EAA Airventure.  While cruising the grounds on the last day of set up, I noticed Oris had the airstream there, and Breitling had a booth in my hangar.  I made it a point to swing by both of them.  I went to Breitling first and checked out the new Superocean.  Sorry for the potato pic, but it was really nice in person.  

Then it was off to Oris.  The airstream is awesome and the staff was great.  I even met VJ.  The new ProPilot X is very cool, but I dont know if it would have a spot in my collection.  The bronze cotton candy is cool too, but I don't think I could pull it off.  The one I was most impressed with, was the Okavango special edition.... So much so that I forgot to get a photo.  The dial is insane on that watch and I am seriously considering tracking one down. 

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Oris has really piqued my interest lately, they have a lot great stuff in their collections and their designs are genuinely unique. Nice to got to see a bunch of their pieces hands on

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Oris has really piqued my interest lately, they have a lot great stuff in their collections and their designs are genuinely unique. Nice to got to see a bunch of their pieces hands on

I was really impressed with Oris.  

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Does anyone know why there are so few full bronze pastel divers sixty-fives around? Asked a green dialed one from an AD about a year ago but haven't heard back.

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Very cool! Thank you for sharing!

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All of these are cool watches! I hope Oris can release a steel, non-LE Diver 65