In this reconfigured complication, the pointer highlights the day of the week with a distinctive red underscore – providing a useful reminder to its discerning owner.
The first Oris pointer calendar movement, launched in 1938, marked a significant milestone in the company’s history. The ambition then, to offer a complication with useful benefits to the wearer, still rings true today with this sophisticated modern interpretation.
In addition to the signature retrograde jumping day indication function, the watch also features a small second at 9 o’clock, another distinctive Oris look, and a date window at 6 o’clock.
The newly shaped watch case features gently curved horns, giving a perfect fit around the wrist and a smooth, sleek continuation to the bracelet.
This useful additional function in the new Artelier design is another highlight in Oris’ rich tradition of quality watch making.