Tag: Oris


Oris Big Crown ProPilot Calibre 111 Hand-Wound Swiss

The new Oris Big Crown ProPilot Calibre 111 (ref. 01 111 7711 4163-Set 5 22 14FC), as the name implies, is powered by the Swiss brand's new Caliber 111 hand-wound movement. Developed and built on their own premises, the beautiful mechanism not only makes this new timekeeper even more exclusive, but also shows quite clearly that Oris has enough resources to make a wonderful caliber. Their new Cal. 111 is an in-house mechanism that, at least in terms of functionality and efficiency, rivals those recently introduced by a lot more established watchmaking houses.


Oris Divers Sixty-Five Automatic Swiss

First revealed earlier this year at Baselworld 2015 trade show, the new Oris Divers Sixty-Five (ref. 01 733 7747 4055-07 4 17 18) automatic diver pays homage a classic model from 1965. Although it is absolutely not a true reissue (even the choice of movement makes it a different model), the watch makes a strong impression and will be a wonderful choice for a person who wants to buy something "vintage", but with brand new guts to power it.


Oris Thelonious Monk Limited Edition Automatic (Ref. 733 7712 4085) Swiss

Known for its love for music (among others, their limited editions include homages to such legends as Frank Sinatra, John Coltrane, and Dexter Gordon) the Swiss watchmaker has recently introduced its limited edition Oris Thelonious Monk (ref. 733 7712 4085). Although in certain respects this new model may look very unfamiliar to a person who usually associates the brand with their gorgeous chronographs and bulky divers, it is in fact deeply rooted into the manufacture's philosophy of industrial design. As the legendary sculptor of the past, they took a piece of metal and removed everything that didn't belong there leaving only the truly essential elements that make an ordinary watch a true masterpiece.


Oris Audi Sport Chronograph Limited Edition Swiss

Delivered in the colors and textures that are often associated with those of Audi's own racing team, the new Oris Audi Sport Chronograph (ref. 01 774 7661 7481-Set) doesn't look terribly original with its a bit boring layout and the same design elements we have seen for the last couple of years. However, being what it is, the wristwatch is solidly built and I am sure that fans of the German team will definitely love it.


Oris Big Crown ProPilot Day Date Automatic Swiss

The Oris Big Crown ProPilot Day Date (ref. 01 752 7698 4164-07 5 22 17FC) combines a vintage modern (I hope, Marshall Amps won't mind me using the combination of words) design of its moderately oversized stainless steel body with an inexpensive self-winding movement with day/date display that they outsource from the Swiss based ebauche maker Sellita. Easily readable and comfortable thanks to its ergonomically shaped case and a nicely designed folding clasp, the watch is priced at just over €1300, but seems to deliver a lot more value than most similarly priced timekeepers with the same functionality.


Oris 110 Years Anniversary Limited Edition (Ref. 01 110 7700 6081-Set LS) Swiss

Celebrating its 110th anniversary, the Swiss watchmaking brand has introduced its Oris 110 Years Limited Edition (Ref. 01 110 7700 6081-Set LS). Available in two versions, the watch combines all the usual features that you can expect from such an exclusive device including an in-house, hand-decorated movement. Presented at Baselworld 2014, it is limited to just 110 numbered pieces.


Oris Big Crown Timer Chronograph Automatic (Ref. 675 7648 4234 LS) Swiss

Based on their current Oris Big Crown X1 Calculator (Ref. 01 675 7648 4264-07 5 23 77) model that was first released three years ago, the new Oris Big Crown Timer Chronograph (Ref. 675 7648 4234 LS) features only subtle cosmetic changes that, however, make all the difference: as cluttered as the base version is, the gadget still somehow manages to look cleaner and is more easier to read.


Oris TT3 Darryl O’Young Limited Edition Automatic Chronograph (Ref. 774 7611 7784 Set) Swiss

It looks like you really don't have to be a Michael Schumacher (I truly hope that this man of legend gets well soon) to get your own limited edition timepiece. Darryl O'Young, a 33 year old racer from Hong Kong who is still to prove that he is worthy the car that he drives in the World Touring Car Championship, has recently had his name put on the new Oris TT3 Darryl O'Young Limited Edition Automatic Chronograph (Ref. 774 7611 7784 Set). Based on their current TT3 model in a titanium body, it is both sporty and elegant: a rare combination that an average usually chronograph usually fails to achieve.



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