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Oris Chronoris Date

Our latest timepiece crush comes from Swiss watch manufacturer Oris. The stunning new Chronoris Date is a modern reinterpretation of the vintage watch, of the same name, released by Oris in the 70s. It features a 39mm brushed stainless steel tonneau-shaped case. The dial features several chapter rings in varying shades of silver, grey, and black with bright orange accents on the hands and indexes. Additionally there is a date window at three o´clock that stands out due to the white disc. Two large crowns can be used to set the time and to set the inner rotating bezel. This bezel can be used to time seconds, minutes or hours. The watch is available on a nato, rubber or leather strap, or a steel bracelet. Price starts at $1,750.



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