Which ORIS to choose? Big Crown Complication vs Artelier Complication

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    Which ORIS to choose? Big Crown Complication vs Artelier Complication

    Hello WISs

    My dad surprised me with an e-mail this morning from Indonesia telling me he wants to buy me a watch as a gift, and which of the 2 would I like.

    I don't own an Oris and so know nothing about their watches; I think the one of the left is the big crown complication, and the other an artelier complication model.

    ...So I thought I'd throw the question out to you guys to weigh in on. Is one significantly better/important than the other? Anyone know about the movements inside each one? Aesthetically I prefer the artelier because of the simple bezel design, and I prefer not to mix steel and gold; but I don't want to miss a trick and let something fabulous slip through my fingers because I didnt realise what it was.

    Thanks guys, looking forward to the input.

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    Re: Which ORIS to choose? Big Crown Complication vs Artelier Complication

    Hi Ryan, like you I prefer the looks of the all steel Artelier. Don't worry about missing a trick since they both have the same movement in them - an ETA 2671 if memory serves me .

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    Re: Which ORIS to choose? Big Crown Complication vs Artelier Complication

    Quote Originally Posted by sticky View Post
    Hi Ryan, like you I prefer the looks of the all steel Artelier. Don't worry about missing a trick since they both have the same movement in them - an ETA 2671 if memory serves me .
    The artelier it is then. Cheers :)

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    Re: Which ORIS to choose? Big Crown Complication vs Artelier Complication

    My vote = artelier
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    Re: Which ORIS to choose? Big Crown Complication vs Artelier Complication

    Artelier
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    Re: Which ORIS to choose? Big Crown Complication vs Artelier Complication

    Artelier +1
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    Re: Which ORIS to choose? Big Crown Complication vs Artelier Complication

    I'd vote for the Artelier. Very nice looking timepiece! What a great gift, you'll think of your Dad every time you look at it! Cheers!

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    Re: Which ORIS to choose? Big Crown Complication vs Artelier Complication

    Hi,

    My vote = artelier .

    Goodluck.

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    Re: Which ORIS to choose? Big Crown Complication vs Artelier Complication

    Both beautiful watches, but I also prefer the clean lines of the Artelier. Now I need to call my dad to see why he never bought me a new Oris!

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