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Pleased to announce that Obris Morgan are coming to the forum mid October when they have moved to new offices  

Where's Bruce?

Careful chaps, you might actually make them feel welcome if you carry on like this

I've never owned one but I have to say that they have some refreshingly different and very nicely designed watches and it's nice to see a modern company putting some thought into design and not just producing clones of other manufacturers.  I'm looking forward to seeing their contribution to the forum.. :)...

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Patiently waiting to see something more if the aegis. Although not filled with confidence when the warranty isn't honoured on this dive watch if it becomes damaged through "subersion in water"...

So you have one of these and the warranty was not honoured? What happened? 

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Patiently waiting to see something more if the aegis. Although not filled with confidence when the warranty isn't honoured on this dive watch if it becomes damaged through "subersion in water"...

So you have one of these and the warranty was not honoured? What happened? 

no no (doesnt seem like they sell anything at all right now). Was just looking at it on their site, and was rather confused by the warranty section saying that any damage as a result of water would not be covered. Just seemed rather odd for a divers watch to have such a warranty exemption, unless they're talk I g about going down 500m on a watch rated at 200m. The typos also didn't fill me with confidence

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This question has been asked before and answered by OM in other fora.

They won't support claims on the warranty where there has been incrorect use of the watch, such as submersion in water without the crown screwed in.

They would exmaine the watch to determine the extent of the damage and the cause of failure before ruling in / out.

I'm sure Justin will pick this up when he can (hopefully he's busy getting the Aegis ready for launch....)

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Well I for one think O-M punch way way above their weight when it comes for sheer value for money. They offer sleek, modern design which manages to look both innovative and well engineered. Tricky for a micro brand to pull off time after time. There have been a few teething issues with one or two watches including my own Explorer 1 by my experience and the experience of several others anecdotally has been very pleasant with any minor issues rectified immediately at no charge. Can't say fairer than that IMO.

Can't recommend them highly enough

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