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A Review of the Seiko SLA033 1970 Diver’s Re-Creation

A Review of the Seiko SLA033 1970 Diver’s Re-Creation

The iconic Seiko SLA033 There are a lot of watch brands out there and there are a lot of watches that claim to be iconic.  Watch brands often claim that there watch is iconic, while that might be true for the brand themself, it often does not mean that the watch is iconic in the watch world.  The SLA033 itself might not be a watch name that rolls off the tongue and perhaps you have never heard of a Seiko SLA033, but you have heard of a Seiko Turtle, this is the watch that started it all.  The watch was...

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The Oris Carl Brashear Bronze Limited Edition Chronograph Dive Watch

The Oris Carl Brashear Bronze Limited Edition Chronograph Dive Watch

Who was Carl Brashear? Carl Brashear was a U.S. Navy Sailor.  He was the first African American Dive Master.   He was the first African American to attend the U.S. Navy Diving and Salvage School.  Being the first he had to endure constant racism.  Never one to stand down, he continued his career despite having an amputated left leg.  He became the Navy's go to guy when they had problems that needed a salvage diver.  One of his most well known recoveries was the Palomares Incident.  The Palomares Incident is when the U.S. Air Force lost an Atomic Bomb and Carl Brashear...

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The Oris Clipperton Limited Edition Aquis Dive Watch First Look
Oris Works To Save Our Seas

Oris Works To Save Our Seas

Change for the Better The world is a much smaller place then we all thought. We have consistently abused the planet with no concern for what will happen after us. Oris, a Swiss watch company, decided that we must do more. In recent years, Oris has become the change that we need to inspire us all, starting with our seas. Oris is partnering with several different associations to repair the damage we have done to the world's oceans. They have created watches that help fund the change.  Baselworld 2017 This year at Baselworld, Oris went all out in showing everyone just how important...

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Oris Saves The Sharks, One Watch At A Time

Oris Saves The Sharks, One Watch At A Time

In 40 Years Sharks Will Be Extinct It is a scary statement, but several ocean experts who have studied the population of sharks over the last 50 years say sharks will be extinct within the next 40 years. In our lifetime, sharks could go the way of the dinosaurs. "We have to do something about the declining population of the world’s sharks. Sharks play a vital role in the life of our oceans and we must do everything we can to ensure their future. It’s our duty to protect them, and I’m thrilled to be working with Oris and Pelagios Kakunjá on...

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