Obris Morgan Release Cycles/dealers

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dungeekin
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Obris Morgan Release Cycles/dealers

Post by dungeekin » Wed May 20, 2020 1:23 am

Hi all

I was wondering whether anyone had any good experience/info about how often Obris Morgan open their order books, or if there are any dealers please?

I'm really keen on an Explorer II, but it doesn't seem that they're taking orders for it at present and a Google search hasn't thrown up any dealers or resellers.

Does anyone have any advice or suggestions please?

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Re: Obris Morgan Release Cycles/dealers

Post by tattoo chef » Wed May 20, 2020 4:38 am

Obris Morgan is a typical microbrand, and makes limited production.
The Explorer II, was released in 2015. It is long sold out and won’t be produced again. I have no idea if there are plans for an Explorer 3, but it’s been 5 years, so I doubt it.

They do not have any dealers, they only sell direct. Most models are produced in a quantity of 500 , sometimes only 300.

Your only way to buy one now would be preowned. I would check watchrecon.


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Re: Obris Morgan Release Cycles/dealers

Post by dungeekin » Wed May 20, 2020 5:39 am

tattoo chef wrote:
Wed May 20, 2020 4:38 am
Obris Morgan is a typical microbrand, and makes limited production.
The Explorer II, was released in 2015. It is long sold out and won’t be produced again. I have no idea if there are plans for an Explorer 3, but it’s been 5 years, so I doubt it.

They do not have any dealers, they only sell direct. Most models are produced in a quantity of 500 , sometimes only 300.

Your only way to buy one now would be preowned. I would check watchrecon.


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Thanks. Saw the model was still on their site so assumed it was just a matter of waiting - will check out watchrecon.

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