Depends which Oris. The BCPD isn't supposed to have an elaborate dial, it would be jarring if they did. That's not the point. The AR case until recently was a brushed slab. Hardly a lot "going on" there, and the bracelets were crap. They've gotten a bit better, now it's a slab with a chamfered edge.The first statement is something that feels right, but I don't know if it's anywhere near as cut and dry as that. Quartz TAG's go for $1k-1500 all day from just about anywhere. So, about the only thing in their price range in the Oris catalog, if we also give Oris a discount, would be an entry level steel model with an SW200 in it. I'm the first person that will tell you that a BCPD is one of the best all around watches for the price on the market, I love it, but I wouldn't list "high quality" as one of the reasons. It's as basic as basic Swiss movements get, and the case is by and large just a simple field watch case. It's not BAD, it looks great, but it's hardly a departure from the type of "quality" you would get from an F1 or Aquaracer. Honestly, there probably is a lot more going on with cases, bracelets, and dials on the TAGs.
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