Tag: swiss watches

Hands-On Review – Oris Carl Brashear Cal 401 Limited Edition Diver 65 in Bronze

The Skinny 40mm 100m / 10bar Water Resistance Oris In-House Cal 401 automatic winding movement with 5-day power reserve and small seconds $4200 A Symbol of Hope Billed as a “Symbol of Hope,” Oris has dedicated this watch to the incredible African-American Navy Master Diver Carl Brashear. As the first person of color to become… Read more »

Hands-On Review – Zenith Defy Classic Carbon

The original Zenith Defy was a robust sports watch released in the horologically significant year of 1969. Released three years before the Royal Oak, the original Defy line consisted of octagonal and tonneau shaped cases with colorful dials and integrated bracelets.

E46 – The Oris In-House Calibre 400 Movement (with VJ Geronimo)

The Calibre 400 is not the first of Oris’ in-house modern movements, but it is their first work-horse automatic winding movement of the modern era. Designed from the ground-up according to Oris’ value-focused ethos, this movement is highly efficient, packs a 5-day power reserve, is robustly anti-magnetic, and happens to look a bit like the… Read more »