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 Posted: Tue Aug 3rd, 2010 02:43 am
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DannyBoy123
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Hi,

I'm new here. I came across the 3646 after stumbling onto this forum. might be hard to justify as i only got an Oris Divers a few months back, but we'll see.

Anyhow a few questions, firstly for those of you that have owned yours for a while how's it holding up?

Secondly how waterproof are these watches as I see they don't have a screw in crown? I can't see them holding up that well, but assume I'm wrong.

Thirdly if ordering direct from Anders are you able to make small changes i.e. differnet glass, strap etc.

Hopefully I'll get one sent down to NZ sometime soon. My 47mm Oris means that my second watch needs to be equally large, I hate wearing my old 42mm Rolex now - shame, big watches do have a certain feel thats hard to shake off.

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 Posted: Tue Aug 3rd, 2010 02:09 pm
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tenbosch
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DannyBoy123 wrote: Hi,

I'm new here. I came across the 3646 after stumbling onto this forum. might be hard to justify as i only got an Oris Divers a few months back, but we'll see.

Anyhow a few questions, firstly for those of you that have owned yours for a while how's it holding up?

Secondly how waterproof are these watches as I see they don't have a screw in crown? I can't see them holding up that well, but assume I'm wrong.

Thirdly if ordering direct from Anders are you able to make small changes i.e. differnet glass, strap etc.

Hopefully I'll get one sent down to NZ sometime soon. My 47mm Oris means that my second watch needs to be equally large, I hate wearing my old 42mm Rolex now - shame, big watches do have a certain feel thats hard to shake off.
I don't have the 3646, but I do have the 2533, which is identical other than the dial.  The Gnomon description of each is dated, so rely on the Dievas website for specific details.

My 2533 is really a fantastic watch.  It's held up very well.  However, it's not a daily wearer.  Also, don't even think about getting it wet!  It's only rated to ~50m (5 ATM), but I wouldn't trust it beyond a sprinkling from washing hands.

Anders has been really responsive to working out changes, but you'll need to work that out with him.  Dievas has some great straps, but they're sold out currently.  I think another member of 3T cleaned him out! :)

 

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 Posted: Fri Aug 6th, 2010 06:07 am
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welcome to 3T!!
I am also new but I found members are very friendly here.
I too purchased one from Anders and he is very awesome to deal with.
I believe one member had a custom made watch from him although a longer ETD with extra cost is expected.
As of the water resistance, I believe most of the watches with under 10ATM is not recommended for under water usage.
How about wearing your 3646 with shirts and put the ORIS/Rolex on when you swim? thumbsup.gif

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