Titanium case with a black rubber bracelet. Unidirectional rotating black & red ion-plated bezel. White dial with luminous hands and index hour markers. Minute markers around the outer rim. Date display at the 6 o'clock position. Automatic movement. Scratch resistant anti-reflective sapphire crystal. Screw down security crown. Skeletal case back. Case diameter: 44mm. Deployment clasp. Water resistant at 300 meters / 1000 feet. Oris Divers Automatic Mens Watch 733-7562-7159RS.
- ASIN: B000L2TWC4
- Date first available at Amazon.com: January 14, 2008
- Average Customer Review:
|Brand, Seller, or Collection Name||Oris|
|Dial window material type||Anti-Reflective Sapphire|
|Case diameter||44 millimeters|
|Band Material||Black Rubber Strap|
|Band length||Mens standard|
|Bezel material||Unidirectional Rotating Black & Red Ion-Plated|
|Bezel function||Dive Bezel|
|Water resistant depth||30 Meters|
Top Customer Reviews
Having inadvertently left my previous ORIS diver's stainless-steel self-winding watch in a Shanghai taxi, I chose to replace it with this updated model. I was thrilled by the lightweight titanium case and intrigued by the rear crystal that shows the winding mechanism. The phosphorescent dial is very easy to read in all light conditions and I always use the timer ring to back up my dive computer, as well as to time steaks on the barbie!!
Then I made a mistake. Instead of having my local dealer order this TT1, I ordered it from Amazon/ Perfect Timing. Out of the box the watch was gaining 16 seconds a day. So, off to my watchmaker to get it timed. His opinion is that the watch has been dropped rather forcefully as the main roter balance was well out of adjustment and had to be reset before it could be fine tuned. Having a spare titanium bracelet in my box I asked that he change out the rubber strap at the same time. That's when we found out that the band retaining screw that holds one end of the titanium pin was stripped.
That problem has to go to the factory because Oris won't provide parts direct and we cannot cut or drill out the titanium locally without damaging the watch. So, you ask why not send it back to Perfect Timing for repair? The answer to that should be obvious.
Conclusion, NEVER,NEVER again will I buy a good automatic watch through Amazon or one of their outlet houses. Better to pay more and have it right from the start.