I like this model very much. It’s sad in a way that it’s looking like it may not be renewed after selling out the last few models. I’m guessing it’s been an expensive model to produce and perhaps it’s not been as popular as the diver options from RZE, and I guess from 100 other microbrands. Here's why you should still snap one up why you still can, read my full review.
In 2021 Oris released a version of their Big Crown ProPilot date watch in bronze. I don’t know about you, but I felt it very much flew under the radar. It’s not a flashy watch, it doesn’t scream look at me and one could also argue that the bronze craze phase has perhaps passed. Even a quick search on YouTube and there are very few reviews on this one and I understand why, it’s a dark horse, literally.
Come check it out.
There is a classic Top Gear episode where James May reviews a Honda Civic. Paraphrasing, he says something along the lines of, “if you come out of a grey office and have to go to a marketing conference on the latest tissue paper, that little red starter button might be THE thing that makes not want to drive into a wall.”
The Hanhart Pioneer Monoscope is no ordinary watch. This is a watch with heritage. And, it has a red button.
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