THE MOVE­MENT CON­TIN­UES

The Peak (Malaysia) - - The Brief -

Oris’ arse­nal of pa­tents and in-house move­ments con­tin­ues to grow from strength to strength.

Oris has long boasted a fine tra­di­tion of cre­at­ing tough-as-nails move­ments that get the job done, and the new­est ad­di­tion to its fam­ily, the in-house Cal­i­bre 111, is no ex­cep­tion to this rule. This man­ual-wind­ing move­ment show­cases the date at 9 o’clock, boasts an im­pres­sive 10-day power re­serve and fea­tures Oris’ patented non­lin­ear power-re­serve in­di­ca­tor. Like many of the brand’s other in-house move­ments, the de­sign codes of the Cal­i­bre 111 are de­cid­edly no-non­sense and util­i­tar­ian in na­ture, a nod to the brand’s her­itage of man­u­fac­tur­ing time­pieces on an in­dus­trial scale. The Cal­i­bre 111 makes it­self known in four mod­els: two in 43mm stain­less steel cases and the other pair with 43mm 18K rose gold cases. The stain­less steel model is avail­able in ei­ther a sil­ver- grey or sun­ray black gold dial, with the rose gold it­er­a­tion of­fer­ing the op­tions of ei­ther an opa­line sil­ver-gold or ma­roon dial.

Oris was one of the first Swiss watch brands to be­gin man­u­fac­tur­ing time­pieces on an in­dus­trial scale.

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