Today on the podcast, Zach Weiss and Blake Malin are joined by VJ Geronimo, CEO of Oris North America. Oris has grown substantially in recent years, going from a niche brand to a much more prominent player in the watch world in a short time, thanks to some great designs and a handful of hit watches. Here, VJ discusses the long history of Oris as an independent brand, the many meaningful partnerships Oris has forged, a very cool series of limited edition jazz-inspired watches, and much more.
This week’s episode is brought to you by the Windup Watch Shop.
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- Blake’s wrist check: Oris Divers Sixty-Five
- VJ’s wrist check: Oris Propilot Date 41
- Zach’s wrist check: Seiko SARX071
- Oris history
- The Divers Sixty-Five line
- Oris and the Windup Watch Fair
- The Oris Propilot X
- The Art Blakey Limited Edition and the annual Jazz LE
- John Coltrane Limited Edition
- Lake Baikal Aquis
- Oris Staghorn Restoration Limited
- Oris Clean Ocean Limited Edition
- Oris Ocean Trilogy Collection
- Oris Force Recon GMT
- Oris Aquis 41.5
- Oris Big Crown Pointer Date with red dial
- Oris Big Crown Bronze Pointer Date