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James' choice for an easy ski trip watch, an old Breitling Aerospace in titanium on a grey NATO.
Recorded face-to-face at the annual Oris preview event in Colorado, Jason and James catch up fireside after a tough day of skiing and looking at new watches (ie, not tough at all). From exploring the endless runs in Vail to failing to keep up with Oris CEO Rolf Studer, the guys had a solid morning before getting a sneak peek at what Oris has planned for the coming year (including one watch we can talk about now!).*
Jason rocking the new Oris Prodiver Dive Control in Vail, CO.
After all things Colorado, Jason and James dig into Omega’s revival of the caliber 321 and a solid set of Final notes that promises to keep in touch with those you love, block out most of the noise, take an in-depth look at Apollo 13, and dig into a gritty BBC crime drama. Just press play and thanks for listening!
Final Notes

Alps and Meters (show sponsor!)
3:05
Vail Ski Area
5:40
“The Why of Dive Watches” Panel from H10 (with Rolf Studer)
10:00
Oris Prodiver Dive Control LE
12:45
Roman Frischknecht (Swiss commercial diver)
14:50
Omega to again produce the Calibre 321 movement
25:50
Garmin In-Reach Mini
29:45
Sony WH-M1000XM3
35:55*
Apollo 13 Series from the Brady Heywood Podcast*
39:00
Prime Suspect


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