This is Oris' first watch as a part of their partnership with the United States Marine Corps Force Reconnaissance (also known as Force Recon).
The watch is clearly military-styled. The dial and hands have a high level of contrast, while there are also significant deposits of luminescent material. (Still not sure why I chose to phrase it this way). At 6 the emblem of the Force Recon team/branch can be found. At 9, there is a small-seconds subdial. To save space, the seconds are printed on a rotating disk, which is mostly hidden beneath the dial. Powering the watch is the Oris cal. 747 (based on Sellita SW 220-1) with a date at 3 o'clock, a seconds window at 9 o’clock, and a 24-hour hand for a second time zone originating from the center. The case is 49mm in diameter and crafted from titanium, which will keep the weight relatively low. While I have questions about the functionality of an automatic watch where it is prone to shocks, magnetism, and other abuse, I'm not claiming to have any knowledge in this area. That being said, I think the watch would be better suited with a quartz movement. The retail price will be 3,800 CHF (~3,840USD).
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