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Has anyone heard anything about this brand? They have some really cool looking ABC's at really low prices. Are they any good?
 

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Thanks. I searched the site and could not find anything. I might have added an extra i or something. Anyway, I just bought one on Amazon, the traverse peak silver for 54.95 and then I saw some on a website for 49.99. Mine should be in next week. I'll let you know. Here is the website that had them so cheap. Clearance priced. I could have saved 5 or 10 bucks had I found this page first.

Origo

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Hi,

I have Origo Rendezvous Peak for almost 2 years now. In general it's a good watch for $50-$60. It has good set of functions, survived a few drops and being underwater, failry accurate weather icon, easy to calibrate, it has user replaceple battery which lasted 18 months for me. On the negative side it doesn't have altimeter lock and strap is cracking after 20 months ( I found that origowatches.com can send a replacement strap for $15) .

I posted my first impressions with this watch here; https://www.watchuseek.com/f296/origo-rendezvous-209489.html , would be happy to answer any questions about my Origo.
 

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I read through your post. Interesting. I had to buy it at 54.99. I want to compare it to my casio, suuntos etc. I am looking at a new suunto core or vector, but if this one keeps up with the other ABC's I have, I may skip buying a 300 dollar ABC and just buy 5 or six more of these. Just kidding.
 

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In my opinion Suunto is way more accurate as an altimeter, Casio looks more durable and has more features. But for $50 Origo is a good buy in my opinion.
 
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