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Show Me the Money:  Green Money Oris Sixty-Five Divers Dive Watch

Show Me the Money: Green Money Oris Sixty-Five Divers Dive Watch

Show Me The Money After introducing the Oris Diver's 65 watch, it became a huge hit. Oris then decided to expand the vintage-inspired dive line. One of our treats from that expansion is the Green Faced Diver's Sixty-Five watch. This is a bold color choice that might not be as fun as a look-at-me yellow or orange. No, the green is a choice that says you are serious about watches. The green face is affectionately nicknamed the Green Money Diver's 65. The green is a perfect green, not too much yellow and not too much blue. It is a rich,...

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Oris and Aviation: More Than 75 Years of The Big Crown Pilot Watch

Oris and Aviation: More Than 75 Years of The Big Crown Pilot Watch

1938 It was the year 1938. Aviation was booming around the world--Spain alone commanded a fleet of 500 aircraft--and pocket watches were not practical for pilots. Prior to the Aviation Age in the twentieth century, wristwatches were seen as feminine and only used by women. Men vastly preferred pocket watches.  It is not until more pilots needed watches in their cabins that the practicality of wristwatches became evident. Wristwatches were styled in a masculine way to move away from the feminine stereotype of wristwatches.  The Big Crown Wristwatches became the norm for pilots, but the watch company Oris went a...

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Oris Releasing Limited Edition Staghorn Restoration Watch in September 2017

Oris Releasing Limited Edition Staghorn Restoration Watch in September 2017

The Watch Oris is releasing a Staghorn Restoration Limited Edition dive watch in September of 2017. DePaulas.com is proud to be carrying this 43.50 mm, 1.713 in. stainless steel timepiece. The Oris Staghorn Restoration Limited Edition boasts the Oris automatic winding day date featuring the legendary automatic winding, bi-directionally rotating red rotor.  Not only does the Oris Staghorn Restoration Limited Edition watch feature a fine Swiss movement and quality craftsmanship, but it also is representative of the fragile staghorn coral, with a beautiful piece of engraved staghorn coral on its caseback. The Oris Staghorn Restoration Limited Edition dive watch is...

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Why You Should Buy an Oris Watch.

Why You Should Buy an Oris Watch.

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Why Oris? There are a lot of watches out there, so why get an Oris?  Well, here is a rundown about this luxury watch brand. Oris started in Switzerland in 1904 They have been around for a while and know a thing or two about fine watches. Oris Watches have a distinctive red rotor that symbolizes the mechanical nature of the watch brand. Mechanical Watches Oris is one of only a handful of independent watch companies that only make mechanical watches.  Mechanical watches are a Swiss tradition and a thing of beauty. Oris only makes mechanical watches using traditional and...

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The Oris Aquis Depth Gauge: technology and ruggedness meet and impress

The Oris Aquis Depth Gauge: technology and ruggedness meet and impress

You're letting water in the watch? Once in a while, an exceptional professional dive watch comes along with impressive specs and looks to boot. The Oris Aquis Depth Gauge comes with a real-time depth gauge which allows water inside the watch - definitely not something you’d expect.   Here’s how it works: There’s a little notch on the number 12 where a channel is located. The Oris Aquis Depth Gauge is extra thick on the top and although water does enter the channel at depths, it never allows any water to leak into any other part of the watch. As...

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