Definitive O&w Information And History
Posted 15 June 2008 - 11:48 AM
Loving reading the info posted here in particular the letter. I laughed out loud where the diver praises the watches performance but then suggests the bracelets are connected better as they lost one of the test watches on a dive.
Surely this is a fail in any diving watch test.
Posted 06 October 2008 - 10:04 AM
BTW, another forummer's watch (Ocean-Graph) seems to be shown in the second picture.
That be this one, then
More great info Dave and Roy
That's a super watch Mike, what a find A Caribbean with that US Divers bezel would have cost a fortune
Presumably, your watch does not have the Jenny logo, but has the diver and fish logo on the back.
I'll be able to provide more information if I get permission from Albert Wajs to scan the old O&W and Caribbean catalogues that I have and then post the images
thats a great looking watch!
Posted 29 October 2009 - 08:26 AM
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Posted 20 January 2013 - 01:46 PM
mr. Wajs said:
That means, there was less than 100 Moon Orbiters produced. As it is known some of Moon Orbiters have 12h movement what makes true 24h Moon Orbiter even rarer. Early Bird is a well-known watch and the series was much bigger (500). As you probably know Early Bird hommage is now produced by Airnautic.
Another quote from mr. Wajs, when I asked why some Moon Orbiters have instead Orano Computer on the dial.
mr. Wajs said:
My Moon Orbiter:
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