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    ORIS Accuracy

    Hi all,

    I would like to get your opinion on the accuracy you experienced with ORIS watches.
    So far I owned 2 ORIS.
    First was a TT Skeleton- it was doing +20spd
    I sold it.
    After 2 years I tried again and bought the new AQUIS in black.
    It was doing +17spd
    Sold it

    I still love the brand especially AQUIS line.
    I'm tempted by the new AQUIS 43.5 in Titanium.

    But this kind of accuracy kills it for me.

    What has been your experience?
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    Re: ORIS Accuracy

    It varies. Same movement (Sellita SW200) two watches...Aquis Date previous gen runs about +8spd. In contrast my Divers Sixty-Five tracks beautifully.


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    Re: ORIS Accuracy

    I must have been lucky because both of the Oris watches I have are within COSC: +4, and my most recent pickup, the Diver 65 Bico, -3 consistently.

    If youíre buying from an AD I think the spec range is +-15, but Iíve had great accuracy out of both of mine.

    My personal max is +-10; anything Swiss above that, and itís going to my repair guy for a regulation.
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    Re: ORIS Accuracy

    After some regulation, about +1.5 - +1.8 spd (Sellita SW 200, Oris Artix Complication)


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    Funny this came up because I was just marvelling over the accuracy of my Pro Pilot. Just threw it on and I noticed in almost 2 days of wear it has gained 1 second.

    To be honest, it is just luck of the draw. My Aquis is about +5.

    Actually what surprises me the most is the date change. My Pro Pilot is the only watch I own that changes at midnight, almost exactly. Name:  20190615_192100_1560594315022.jpg
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    Re: ORIS Accuracy

    Iíve gotta get a pro pilot. Iíve been wanting one for far too long.


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    Re: ORIS Accuracy

    One of my SW-220 based watches couldn’t keep time I’d it tried - it is JUST within specs but a couple of my SW-200 based watches can give the Daytona a run for its money when it comes to timekeeping.

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    When you say within specs you mean +/-15spd?

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    Re: ORIS Accuracy

    Now I'm considering not getting one. Are they really not that accurate?

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    Re: ORIS Accuracy

    My ProPilot was -4 spd when I had it. My Aquis ran at -5 spd. Not horrible at all but itís the luck of the draw.
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