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Understand there is rumour to be a green bezel diver
introduced this year too? I really like that Classic model.
The current version in stainless is just stunning in person.
Thanks for the pics, Chris!

Andrew
 

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Re: And these?

Yup pretty much Chris, I was just waiting for you to do the job.

I really like the new Arteliers and I could possibly like the TT# if I got to try it on. The new flighttimer looks good but is insanely big as is the Carlos Coste LE. The telemeter chronograph looks good but I just don't see what the reason for me to buy it over all the other chronos out there would be. The Williams pointer date compass is pointless to me but I can see why some would like its configuration over the smaller day/date models. Finally the skeleton to me is pointless as the movement isn't actually skeletonized.

I'm still waiting for a few more models to come out, namely the TT1 with green bezel. The Artelier small seconds is the watch of the new ones that i could most likely see myself buying.
 

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Thanks Chris! I see that the Flight Timer has increased in size to a 44mm case. In the description of the watch they mention that it has day/date, but I only see the date indication. The TT3 LE looks very nice as well.
 

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I'm digging the new Williams Skeleton!

I'm stunned with what ORIS doing. :) They really do put out
a consistent Quality, and always unique to the wide world
of watches from design standpoint!



Imagine being on a Team that has the task to design a completely
different designed watch from ever being made before...all while
retaining company lines and roots. ORIS always performs to the
task with watches that do not resemble ANYTHING else out there!
Amazing.

If I have one complaint it'sthe lack of sapphire crystal on the new
classic designs. I'm just not a big fan of this "traditional" approach
to not use a modern material even to maintain the heritage. After
all these are new designs! In short, I'm too clutzy and active to own
a watch with anything but a sapphire crystal...that's just me. Most
of my watches are bought to WEAR, not sit in a box or to be treated
as delicate little unreplaceable objects! They are for us to wear
actively and enjoy as a bonus while keeping good time :-D

Andrew
 
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