Technicality, innovation, performance... This model crafted in platinum asserts itself in terms of both construction and design. It is equipped with two separate escapements: the first at 10 o’clock, considered the world’s fastest tourbillon in the world, keeps the chronograph beating at a frequency of 50 Hz and enables 1/100th of a second measurement; while the other one provides energy with unfailing precision. Echoing this architecture, two dedicated barrels ensure a power reserve of approximately 50 hours.
The result of a collaboration with the Italian automotive company Nardi Personal, this piece represents the passion of both companies for the mechanical world. Crafted in titanium, it features four subdials, individually adjustable via the respective crowns and together covering the full range of time zones. Against a background adorned with a wave-type guilloché motif, the composition punctuated by blue accents features Super-LumiNova-coated hands and a red-clad seconds hand.
This timepiece heads for Greece’s magnificent Cyclades islands. The titanium case features a composite bezel in which sand and high-performance resin have been fused. The particularly intense blue dial plunges time into the open sea, with a sunny, galvanised and gradient-painted composition strikingly punctuated by 30-minute, 12-hour and small seconds counters, while the caseback reveals the oscillating weight adorned with emblematic Greek windmills.
The Jazzmaster collection is welcoming some new chronographs. The polished steel cases reveal sculpted proportions intended for male wrists. The sunburst dial is interpreted in white, anthracite or blue and is distinguished by its depth. Its contrasting brilliance makes the chronograph counters stand out. A brown, grey or camel leather strap completes the watch to ensure a bold style. The internal mechanism reveals a date function and is equipped with a 60-hour power reserve.
This darker and more intrepid than ever 40mm creation is intended for explorers. Its sculpted steel case features sleek and sporty lines. Adorned in graded shades of blue, the dial has a captivating sunray finish and is fitted with a graduated 3D-effect bezel. The particularly legible Roman numerals are paired with bold hands so as to focus on the essentials of timekeeping, whatever the situation. It is teamed with a distinctive black PVD-coated bracelet.
This chronograph pays tribute to the 75th anniversary of the Normandy landings. Its satin-brushed bronze case recalls the metal used in shipbuilding. The finely sandblasted dial reveals a deep khaki that gives pride of place to the white hour-markers, the font of which refers to that used by the US Air Force unit. The emblem of the second infantry division of the US Army adorns the 30-minute counter appearing at 6 o’clock. This 75-piece limited edition comes fitted with a green rubber or leather strap.
The Double Tourbillon Home Time Infinity Black joining the Hörology collection offers a subtle blend of refined mechanics and aesthetic audacity. Its total-black look adorns the contemporary design of an elegant 45mm titanium case. The frosted dial, hour-markers and propeller-type hands enhance the composition enabling a distinctive display of time. Transparency and light combine to showcase the double tourbillon ensuring an approximately 72-hour power reserve.
This avant-garde model endows time with true meaning. The domed dial and the fluidic module ingeniously reinterpret the curve. The perimeter of the case bears imposing numerals marking off the incessantly passing hours. The smoked grey sapphire glass windows overlooking the bellows – the nerve centre of the model – add a captivating visual dimension. Available in khaki or slate grey versions, this model represents the instant transformation of present into past.
Vintage style and current technology combine in this piece for modern travellers. Inspired by the Captain Cook of the 1960s, it features a 37mm steel case, a diving style rotating bezel, a red date as well as arrow and sword-shaped hands. A ceramic insert on the bezel and a sapphire crystal adds a contemporary touch to the model, as does the calibre with its 80-hour power reserve. The model is delivered in a leather pouch with an assortment of straps.
This 44mm #nosnownoshow model features powerful lines designed for athletes thirsty for new challenges. The large dial opening and the double-sided curved sapphire crystal ensure optimal readability. The hour and minute hands are slim and elegant, while the seconds hand adds a bright touch of red. The kevlar strap, incorporating a Recco reflector device for finding avalanche survivors, can be replaced by a fabric version.
Never before has a fruit cocktail been so deliciously sweet. The electric colours and contrasts of the Energy Boost collection stimulate a taste for adventure. Above and beyond telling the time, it certainly brings an energy and vitamin “bomb” to the wrist. Kiwifruit, banana, mango, strawberries or cherries – fruit of all kinds enliven a range brimming with freshness, vitality and flavours. The journey of hours and minutes becomes truly appetizing.
The Big Crown Pointer Date 80th Anniversary Edition celebrates the brand’s iconic model. Made of bronze – a material dear to Oris – the 40mm case features a fluted bezel and an oversized crown. Beneath a domed sapphire crystal, the green dial makes a perfect match with the hours and minutes hands, while the date is shown by a red pointer sweeping around the rim. The particularly legible hour-markers and numerals punctuating the path of time are enhanced with Super-LumiNova.
This steel model features a ruthenium dial. The elegance it exudes seems to play with the light, running from dark grey to golden brown in accordance with individual desires. The slim hands and hour-markers sweep through time in style. Indicated by two red marks surrounding the corresponding numeral, the date is easily set in both directions via the crown. The sapphire case-back reveals the particularly fine decorated calibre. The sleek lines of this model make it a faithful companion for style-lovers.
This concept model ensures clear legibility in even the most extreme conditions. Equipped with trigalight self-powered lighting technology, the 318 or so glass minitubes shine with unchanged intensity for more than ten years and make this watch the brightest in the world. The dial is pared down to essentials, bearing only hours, minutes and seconds hands. Framed by a black case, the reading of time becomes a truly fascinating exercise.
This technical and appealing creation is distinguished by its beautifully rounded curves, with an ultra-thin case in ethical “Fairmined” certified rose gold framing a hand-engraved guilloché dial. The new calibre powering it is regulated by an automatic flying tourbillon which takes centre-stage at 6 o’clock. Exuding a captivating sense of physical and visual lightness, this chronometer-certified timepiece bearing the “Poinçon de Genève” quality hallmark also features a stop-seconds device enabling extremely accurate time-setting.
A faithful companion for globetrotters, this model with its soft curves brilliantly expresses a classic look and contemporary details. Completing the trio of hours-minutes-seconds hands, the date is elegantly displayed through a window at 3 o’clock. Travellers will particularly appreciate the indication of a second timezone provided by a red central hand. The latter seems to sweep lightly across a circular 24-hour scale indicating the hours of day and night.
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