Anybody happen to see this cool Oris?
The new Oris El Hierro Limited Edition Diver gets it's name from the coast of El Hierro, Which are
the most southwestern of Spain's Canary Islands. Where in 2011, in October, submarine volcanic
eruptions occurred. The watch was done in partnership with the Spanish Institute of Oceanography
to support student scholarships at the Faculty of Marine Sciences at the University of Las Palmas de
Specifications include a 43 mm stainless steel black DLC case, AR coated sapphire crystal, 300 meter
water resistance, uni-directional rotating bezel, cool gray, and red minute scale, black dial with Super-
Luminova black nickel hands, and markers, red nickel secnd hand with lollipop insert, Oris caliber 733,
black rubber strap, and much much more.
Just a couple pics...
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