Oris Big Crown ProPilot X anticipation.
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    Oris Big Crown ProPilot X anticipation.

    Anyone here excited about the new Oris Big Crown ProPilot X?
    I'm friend with the local Oris AD that told me that he should have the ProPilot X in this week. It comes with AR glasses to see the movement inside.
    Guess Oris really want to show off their mechanical work.

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    Re: Oris Big Crown ProPilot X anticipation.

    I have a great respect for Oris watches as their technology is excellent. However, I'm not keen on skeleton watches so if the model you're talking about is this one (https://www.ablogtowatch.com/oris-bi...5-watch-debut/), I'm not too keen. Skeleton backs of watches are okay, but not for me on the front.
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    Re: Oris Big Crown ProPilot X anticipation.

    Quote Originally Posted by Robinoz View Post
    I have a great respect for Oris watches as their technology is excellent. However, I'm not keen on skeleton watches so if the model you're talking about is this one (https://www.ablogtowatch.com/oris-bi...5-watch-debut/), I'm not too keen. Skeleton backs of watches are okay, but not for me on the front.
    Yup, that's the one. I'll post some pics when I get to try it on hand

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    Re: Oris Big Crown ProPilot X anticipation.

    Interested to see your impressions. I think it looks like a beauty, and titanium plus a ten day power reserve is novel.

    Only complaint is that 44mm is massive, I'd have to see it in the metal I think but that would be too big for my tastes.

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    Re: Oris Big Crown ProPilot X anticipation.

    Not a fan of skellys but I think I could make an exception for that one.

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    Yes! I’d be interested in seeing some wrist shots from an actual potential buyer. It is definitely a mechanical feat on the part of Oris. 10 day power reserve!

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    Re: Oris Big Crown ProPilot X anticipation.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lusty View Post
    Interested to see your impressions. I think it looks like a beauty, and titanium plus a ten day power reserve is novel.

    Only complaint is that 44mm is massive, I'd have to see it in the metal I think but that would be too big for my tastes.
    44mm is quite normal for Panerai fans. But I think it would look quite stunning

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    Re: Oris Big Crown ProPilot X anticipation.

    Quote Originally Posted by jgmvm2087 View Post
    Yes! I’d be interested in seeing some wrist shots from an actual potential buyer. It is definitely a mechanical feat on the part of Oris. 10 day power reserve!
    I was fortunate to get one about a month ago, the day after it was announced. I don't know how my AD got one so soon, but soon as I went into the shop, there it was in the showcase. Anyway, I did quite an extensive review on this forum with lots and lots of pics:
    https://forums.watchuseek.com/f22/or...e-5029469.html

    Hope you enjoy the watch when you get it as much as I am enjoying mine!

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