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ORSA Finds a Home


I’m thinking long and hard about picking up an ORSA Sea Angler. This thing looks really nice, very well put together, and I’m very pleased they’ve gone from an EBay-only brand to a producer of quality automatics.

45mm… mmmm beefy.

ETA 2824-2 Automatic movement
316l Stainless steel case
Unidirectional rotating bezel with 120 clicks
Domed hardlex mineral crystal (sapphire optional)
300m/1000ft Water resistant
8mm Screw down crown
Date at 6hrs
Super luminova coated hands and dial. Case finish is sand blasted
Bezel/case back polished.
22mm lugs with connecting rods
Weight: 136g
Dimentions: 45mm wide x 54mm length
Thickness 16mm
Stainless steel movement holder

Product Page [ORSAWatchCo]

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  1. that watch is aces with me. can’t afford it yet, but someday. Man! I never see any guy in NYC wearing watches as cool as this. NYC is a lamer town for timepieces!

  2. I bought a sea angler, used, but in great shape.. The bezel was extremely sloppy (120 clicks but 30 seconds of slopp). Great movement (ETA2824). Good watch but not great.

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