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I just picked this up on a local trade and unfortunately it is too similar to what I have currently have in the box. I really love this watch but thought I would throw the offer out to see if I got any interesting trade offers. This deal is for the watch only and also comes with the stock strap which is pretty nice and also a brand new NTH rubber tropic. I put the strap on for the pics and haven't done anything else to it. The condition is decent, it has some marks on it here and there but overall is a great watch and runs really well. I also blurred out the serial numbers for the pics but the number is there in its entirety. Let me know what you have to trade, I'm not really sure which watches I'm looking for at this point but I'm always interested in divers, pilots, and maybe even a dress watch. I don't do returns or refunds becuase I try to be as transparent as possible and take pictures in harsh lighting to highlight everything as best as a I can. Most of the time the condition in normal conditions is better than my pictures show. As far as value is concerned, I would say a trade value of $750 is what I would look for. I can add a bit of cash if needed and also would consider trading down with cash or another watch coming to me. Here are some stats that I quickly pulled from the ORIS website:

CASEOris Divers, 40.00 mm, 1.575 inches, Stainless steel

  • MATERIALMulti-piece stainless steel case, minutes scale top ring
  • SIZE40.00 mm, 1.575 inches
  • TOP GLASSSapphire, domed on both sides, anti-reflective coating inside
  • CASE BACKStainless steel, screwed
  • OPERATING DEVICESStainless steel screw-in security crown
MOVEMENTAutomatic winding date

  • NUMBEROris 733, base SW 200-1
  • DIMENSIONSØ 25.60 mm, 11 1/2'''
  • FUNCTIONSCentre hands for hours, minutes and seconds, date window, instantaneous date, date corrector, fine timing device and stop-second
  • WINDINGAutomatic winding, bi-directionally rotating red rotor
  • VIBRATIONS28'800 A/h, 4 Hz
  • JEWELS26



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