The Grey NATO Episode 73: Downhill Adventures With Oris
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James’ decision for a simple ski trip watch, an old Breitling Aerospace in titanium on a dim NATO.
Recorded eye to eye at the yearly Oris see occasion in Colorado, Jason and James make up for lost time fireside following an extreme day of skiing and taking a gander at new watches (ie, not intense by any means). From investigating the unlimited runs in Vail to neglecting to stay aware of Oris CEO Rolf Studer, the folks had a strong morning prior to getting a sneak look at what Oris has gotten ready for the coming year ( including one watch we can discuss now! ).
Jason shaking the new Oris Prodiver Dive Control in Vail, CO.
After everything Colorado, Jason and James delve into Omega’s recovery of the type 321 and a strong arrangement of Final notes that vows to stay in contact with those you love, shut out the greater part of the commotion, take a top to bottom gander at Apollo 13, and dive into an abrasive BBC wrongdoing dramatization. Simply press play and a debt of gratitude is in order for listening!
Alps and Meters (show support!)
Vail Ski Area
“The Why of Dive Watches” Panel from H10 (with Rolf Studer)
Oris Prodiver Dive Control LE
Roman Frischknecht (Swiss commercial jumper)
Omega to again create the Caliber 321 development
Garmin In-Reach Mini
Apollo 13 Series from the Brady Heywood Podcast