Oris Regulateur "Der Meistertaucher"
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|Model||Regulateur "Der Meistertaucher"|
|Reference number||01 649 7541 7164-Set
|Year of production||2005|
|Condition||(Light signs of wear or scratches)|
|Scope of delivery||
Original box, no original papers
|Location||France, Saint Cyr sur mer|
|Case diameter||44 mm|
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Watch Oris titanium regulator year 2005 in very good working condition, perfect time keeping and power reserve of about 48 hours. Watch is waterproof to 1000 meters with manual helium valve. Watch supplied with the original case and the second Oris rubber strap with folding clasp.
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