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Oris prides it­self as a com­pany that makes watches for the work­ing man, as in the kind of beaters that not only look good on your wrist, but also adapts to your par­tic­u­lar needs. Their lat­est, the Arte­lier Cal­i­bre 113, must have been cre­ated for the very busy man who wants ev­ery­thing all at once. It’s an in­ter­est­ing watch. Afi­ciona­dos will take note of the 113 move­ment, but ev­ery­day folk will find the new busi­ness cal­en­dar func­tion most in­ter­est­ing. The fol­low­ing in­for­ma­tion is avail­able at a glance: day, date, week, and month. In other words, here is all the stuff you need to con­quer the world or, you know, just re­mem­ber that to­day is your an­niver­sary and there is still time to rush to jew­elry store to buy your wife a bauble. It may take a minute to dis­cern all the bits on the dial, but a log­i­cal mind will sort it out. The month and week are found on the edges of the dial; the day and date are pre­sented in two aper­tures; the run­ning sec­onds plus the 10-hour power re­serve are seen in sep­a­rate sub­di­als. Easy. One more thing, for those keep­ing count, the com­bi­na­tion of these com­pli­ca­tions is unique to Arte­lier 113. Go ahead and show it off. —C.O. oris.cn

The Oris Arte­lier 113 of­fers the day, date, week, and month all at once.

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