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    Australian Edition - Royal Flying Doctor Service

    Hi all,
    I got my first Oris a few months ago, its a limited-edition for-Australia-only Royal Flying Doctor Service automatic.

    I'm VERY happy with it. Wanted to post it here as I haven't seen many of this kind around.

    Hope you enjoy it too.

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    Re: Australian Edition - Royal Flying Doctor Service

    Hi Speedo, the RFDS is sure a fine looking watch. Congrats on yours.

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    Re: Australian Edition - Royal Flying Doctor Service

    That's a great looking watch! The date placement seems unusual and interesting. The dark brown leather strap looks very nice on it too. Does the outer bezel rotate with one of the crowns? What diameter is the case? Thanks for the pictures!
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    Rick

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    Re: Australian Edition - Royal Flying Doctor Service

    Thanks!. Unfortunately there is a size limit to the pictures you can upload...they look better on my laptop. The case is 44 mm across but does not look big when worn. The 2pm crown moves the internal bezel (for a 2nd timezone function) and the 4pm crown changes time/ date / winds.

    Very niece piece overall.

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    Re: Australian Edition - Royal Flying Doctor Service

    I have seen them at grey market dealers in the US and considered buying one since I travel a lot but never more then 3 time zones away so I like a 12 hour dual time zone watch. I would have since my wife would wear it to work but alas 44mm is too big for her, 42 is her max and then only watches that wear small. Even though it would be a novelty to her since all her patients are on full telemetry so if she is feeling a pulse it is for strength not cadence. Very nice watch indeed.

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