Oris Greenwich Mean Time Automatic Watch
Oris Greenwich Mean Time Automatic Watch
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In the Swiss luxury timepiece market for well over a century, Oris has earned a loyal following. The Greenwich Mean Time automatic is an excellent presentation of the company’s know-how Read More

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Rgconner
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Dec 12, 2019
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Arrived today, but I am stuck on travel... will report back when I have had a chance to unbox it.
Dec 12, 2019
Wtchwhere
3
Dec 2, 2019
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Does anyone know the lug to lug distance (tip of the top lugs to the tip of the bottom lugs)?
Dec 2, 2019
Consideredbuyer
0
Nov 30, 2019
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A question. Does this ship from Europe or the US?
Nov 30, 2019
RayF
17106
Nov 29, 2019
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Wasn't there a water resistance issue with first-gen Greenwitches?
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I assume they've worked that problem out by now?
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Nov 29, 2019
YaletownLad
17
Nov 28, 2019
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Shame they put a solid caseback on it. Half the fun of owning an Oris is that red rotor. Tempting addition to the collection in spite of that.
Nov 28, 2019
justwatchin
12
Nov 28, 2019
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Low price point for what I consider True dual time. But as usual – sounds like one can buy it for just a tad more on much better terms elsewhere.
Nov 28, 2019
Watchyoutalkingabout
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Nov 28, 2019
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I really like this watch. Just not enough to buy it.
Nov 28, 2019
RayF
17106
Nov 28, 2019
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The functionality of this watch (and it's handy/clever execution as pointed out by @Dinglebells) makes it a MUCH more practical version of a travel watch in my opinion, than so-called GMT watches, especially those being offered in the recent Glycine/MD collaborations. Yes, the four or five hand, multi-color bezel watches watches will do the trick (I have one), but the technology and learning curve is cumbersome and antiquated. Truth is, when one is interested in the time (home or destination) a quick answer is usually preferred. A digital watch would the quickest, a traditional GMT the slowest, and this watch, with a second time zone sub dial somewhere in between. Aside from reading the dial, potential users must also consider the ease or difficulty involved in setting up two times zones. Single dial, four-hand GMTs require more care to set correctly, and User Errors are possible (as are occasional moments of confusion in trying read them, depending on the math required, and how tired the intrepid traveler might be). Sadly, when traveling, nothing is more accurate, quicker to check, and easier to read/use than your phone. A dual time watch may be more desirable, but they aren't better. If you intend to buy one specifically for travel, chose carefully. Unfortunately for me, I don't wear dress watches and I'm not willing to spend $1,200 on this particular solution to a legitimate problem--one I deal with regularly (travel through multiple time-zones). It is an issue for me, just not a $1,200 issue. On the other hand, if you do wear dress watches, and do find yourself traveling often, and have an extra $1,200 in your change jar--you should definitely buy this watch!
Nov 28, 2019
Rgconner
66
Dec 2, 2019
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Wow, did you realize you were on the wrong account when you wrote that @Lolzlolz6?
Dec 2, 2019
lolzlolz6
42
Dec 2, 2019
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Lol are you ok ? I have only 1 account.
Dec 2, 2019
truiz
32
Nov 28, 2019
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If this was the bracelet version I might have a go at this price. At under $1K it would be a no-brainer for me. It is a very nice watch with great jumper GMT complications and ORIS is an excellent brand. BTW, this size is not that big. I am not a big guy but I really like the 40-45mm size watches. Any smaller just doesn’t feel right, and any bigger and I look a kid wearing his Dad’s watch.
Nov 28, 2019
Atoum
33
Nov 28, 2019
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Beautiful watch. Such a shame to see all these beautiful timepieces that didn't find a home just because they were 42mm and end-up on the grey market at heavily reduced prices. I wouldn't want to be the one who took the decision to produce them in that size vs more conventional 38-41 max for this type of dressier watch...
Nov 28, 2019
Atoum
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Dec 27, 2019
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When you'll stop trolling other people's posts on MD, you may start taking deep breaths before reading them. You may then realize that the word "standard" in mine applied to case sizes for this type of watch. As for wrist sizes, I did say "larger than usual" and not standard, as, for your information, yes there are average sized wrists, smaller than usual ones (mine in example), and larger than usual ones. And frankly, who cares if you agree or not? Do yourself some good: get a life, learn to read or to take a deep breath before reading, and stop answering to people's comments for the sake of trolling. Makes you look somehow miserable, frankly.
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Dec 27, 2019
RayF
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Dec 28, 2019
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I'm beginning to think this isn't just a case of non-standard wrist size--we could very well be dealing with an acute case of non-standard brain size as well!
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