Oris released a number of new watches at Baselworld this year and we haven't seen much since then. Now they have released a new watch in celebration of the 130th anniversary of the creation of the time zones, and therefore GMT time. A LE of 1,000 pieces this watch will check all of the boxes for executives that frequently travel. The case is 42mm in diameter, the perfect size for almost anyone. The watch is definitely meant to be worn with a suit. However, the watch is also available with a stainless-steel bracelet that could definitely give it a slightly less formal look. Inside of the watch is the automatic Oris Cal. 690, based on ETA 2836-2. The watch simultaneously displays two timezones thanks to the central hour and minute hands as well as the subdial at 9 o'clock that displays seconds. The second time zone indicator is located at the 3 o'clock position. The two pushers allow the wearer to jump back and forth between time zones. It will retail for 3,300 CHF (~3,700 USD).
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