Introducing: The Oris Aquis Small Second Date
The Oris Aquis Small Second Date with dark dial and elastic lash is likewise accessible with a tempered steel bracelet.
The Small Second Date has a similar brushed treated steel case, with the exception of the case is somewhat more slender and bigger in width than the date-just form. The new case estimates 45.5mm in distance across while the past model estimates 43.5mm . The watch is accessible in two renditions, one with a blue dial and white records, or with a dark dial with orange Luminova. Yet, the greatest distinction here is the auxiliary seconds dial at nine o’clock, and the date at three o’clock. Oris says that it consigned the running seconds show to a subdial to make it simpler for jumpers to zero in more straightforwardly on the situation of the minutes hand comparative with the single direction turning bezel.
The blue dial form is accessible with a blue or dark elastic tie or tempered steel bracelet.
The bezel has been re-designed to make it simpler to handle and turn (there’s currently a little hole between the case and bezel edge) and has a scratch and blur safe ceramic supplement. The actual watch is water impervious to 50 bar (500 meters). Both the blue and dark forms of the watch come on an elastic arm band or a connected hardened steel wristband. The elastic tie rendition retails for CHF 2,200 and the arm band is CHF 2,400.
The Oris Aquis Small Second Date: development, Oris type 743 (Sellita SW220-1) with little seconds. Case, 45.50mm distance across, 50 bar/500 meter water safe; one route bezel with fired addition and hour long clock; zero marker loaded up with Super LumiNova. Fast change collapsing catch with wetsuit expansion. See the Aquis Small Second Date at oris.ch.