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 Posted: Fri Jun 24th, 2011 08:08 am
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hello everyone. i am comparatively new to watch addiction, but have always liked orsas, and recently got my first, a pro diver. it has replaced my orange monster, which has been "modded" out of existence, as favorite. i don't know much about the brand, but am surprised as the opposite and passionate views, more so than other brands i have read about. i think it is a great watch, although i admit i would prefer it was a little bigger, like some other orsas. i attached a pic, which everyone seems to like, and am looking forward to learning from all of you. thanks.

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 Posted: Mon Jun 27th, 2011 05:22 am
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Congrats on the pro diver!...when the pro divers were made some 6-7 yrs. ago there weren't many Big watches out there yet,so the pro was more the norm for the era...ThumbsUp02.gif

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 Posted: Mon Jun 27th, 2011 09:58 am
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thank you. which orsas do you have? frank.

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 Posted: Mon Jun 27th, 2011 12:43 pm
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cabfrank wrote: thank you. which orsas do you have? frank.
Actually better to ask him which Orsas he DOESN'T have?subtlelaugh.gif

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he's a lucky dog then, at least i think so. there is just something about them that is really really cool.  i know mine is entry level, but i am really looking forward to one of the newer models.

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Big congrats to your new Prodiver ! ThumbsUp02.gif

Cool looking watch.

But that one is missing in my collection. whichone.gif

here is my ORSA- family

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wow, nice. it doesn't look like you're missing much at all to me, those are awesome.

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 Posted: Tue Jun 28th, 2011 01:57 am
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exc-hulk wrote: Big congrats to your new Prodiver ! ThumbsUp02.gif

Cool looking watch.

But that one is missing in my collection. whichone.gif

here is my ORSA- family


Very nice collection you have, Hulk!!

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 Posted: Tue Jun 28th, 2011 02:21 am
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it is a really awesome collection. still learning, but is the entire top row monstrums?

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 Posted: Tue Jun 28th, 2011 02:34 am
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The top row are Monstrums with the exception of the watch on the far right which is a late model Sea Angler. Second row is a quartz Sea Angler (I think), three Sea Vipers and the Orsa Mil.

If you do a search of 3T for Orsa you are gonna come up with a lot of stuff. Orsa is a bit polarizing as there are some haters out there who are quick to jump on anything Orsa. There are more of us who love the watches and look forward to whatsoever Berg has coming.

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thanks i will check it out. that is exactly the reason i even bothered posting about getting one, that is i am really suprised at how the brand seems to really polarize people's opinions one way or another. it seem with this brand the opinions are farther apart and more passionate than with other brands. seems odd, and i wonder why. i really like the limited experience with mine, and i like the looks of all i've seen, some even more than mine, but most are more expensive and you have to start somewhere. personally, i am hoping to have several orsas in the near future, like people on this forum have. i'm pretty sure most of you guys could buy other brands also, so there has to be a reason for the loyality.

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 Posted: Tue Jun 28th, 2011 02:45 am
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of course, that being said, as much as i like mine, i still wish it was a few mm bigger...

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