Oris added an innovative calendar complication to the Artelier Calibre 113, the latest in its line of watches designed for wearing around the boardroom table.
Artelier Calibre 113 is the fourth in the company’s series of high-functioning watches powered by in-house developed movements.
It shares the same base architecture as Oris Calibres 110, 111 and 112, but features a business calendar, showing the day, date, week and month of the year.
It arrives just three years after Oris celebrated its 110th anniversary in 2014 with the launch of the first complete movement developed in-house for almost 40 years.
Like the three calibres before it, Calibre 113 features a 10-day power reserve, a patented non-linear power reserve indicator and a small seconds.
The addition of a business calendar means that once again Oris is introducing a watch with a unique combination of complications. “No other watch in the world brings these functions together,” said Paul Thurlow, head of Oris in the UK.
Calibre 113 comes in a 43mm stainless steel case with a sapphire crystal glass and case back.
It has apertures at 12 and 9 o’clock for the day and date indications, while a central pointer hand will show the week and month on 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.