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I noticed this PD chrono with the new hands and bezel at an online gray market dealer. I hope the new Aquis models are imminently close to being released, too!!!




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Looks solid enough.
lol, right?!?

I think the bezel grip change really elevates the watch as a functional tool.

I love how Oris is keeping their great designs and incrementally changing them to be better and more attractive. It really shows the level they're operating on now.
 

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Do the pushers screw down, or do they just appear to?
Well, they are typically called screw-down, but in reality the pushers stay put and the nut screws down so that the pushers can't be pushed in while under water.
 

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bezel looks pretty aggressive. Not my favorite Oris.
The earlier models were prettier, but honestly, this is much better suited for real diving.
 

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Still on the fence about the new hands.


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I like it, but not keen on the new hands with rounded tips.

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I think it will grow on people. I loved the hand upgrades across the lines as soon as I saw them.

The old hands were just getting dated and not matching the newest models anymore, in my opinion. As Oris moved away from the teeth/claw markers, the hands looked kinda like temporary holdovers to me.
 
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