The new Epos 3403 OH watch offers you a good old Unitas 6498-2 hand-wound movement and a nice open-heart dial.
There is great number of versions in the series (including one in rose gold PVD coating) but, to my taste, the one in pure 316L stainless steel with black dial and black leather strap is the most adequate choice.
The Epos 3403 OH doesn’t pretend to be more expensive than it actually is and with its no nonsense design it must look absolutely great with formal attire.
Its black dial sports nicely executed vertical Geneva stripes and the “open-heart” cut-out between 7 and 8 o’clock provides a good view at the balance wheel.
The skeletonized Unitas 6498-2 movement is also clearly visible through the transparent screw-in case-back.
The engravings on its steel bridges look rather crude, as well as the standard issue wheels that come without any decoration at all, but, well, that’s an affordable watch, after all. You can’t expect it have the level of decoration that the gorgeous Grieb & Benzinger hand-made skeletons can be proud of, can you?
Epos 3403 OH hand-wound watch specification
Movement: Manual, Unitas 6498-2, Swiss Made
Movement decoration: Skeletonized, engraved,
Functions: Hours, minutes, small seconds
Power reserve: 46 hours
Case material: Stainless steel
Bezel material: Stainless steel
Case shape: Round
Bezel shape: Round
Case size: 43.00 mm
Lug width: N/A
Case height: 10.90 mm
Water resistance: 100 meters
Strap: Black leather strap
Crystal: Sapphire, antireflective
Case back: Sapphire, screw-in