Oris continues its first-class watchmaking tradition with the introduction of the Artelier Calibre 113, the fourth in the company’s series of highly innovative, high-functioning watches powered by in-house developed movements.
Calibre 113 shares the same base architecture as Oris Calibres 110, 111 and 112, but features a novel business calendar, showing the day, date, week and month of the year. Featuring a 10-day power reserve, a patented non-linear power reserve indicator and small seconds, the Artelier Calibre 113 timepieces will have a 43mm multi-piece stainless steel case with a sapphire crystal glass and case back so the watch’s bold movement design can be seen in all its industrial glory.
It will have apertures at 12 and 9 o’clock for the day and date indications, while the same central pointer hand will show the week and month. The hand has a red tip that corresponds to a gauge around the outside of the dial. Oris has engineered Calibre 113 so that all of these functions, as well as time setting and winding, can be operated through a single crown.
“Oris has a long and proud watchmaking tradition. Calibre 113 is another big step for us, becoming Oris’s fourth fully in-house developed movement in as many years. This is an exciting time for Oris and Oris customers. Our Centre of Excellence is now firmly established as a home for our most talented watchmakers and a pillar on which we will continue to build our future as a mechanical watch company,” said Oris chairman Ulrich W Herzog.
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