Introducing: The Oris Artelier Calibre 113, A New In-House Calendar Watch With A 10-Day Power Reserve

Introducing: The Oris Artelier Calibre 113, A New In-House Calendar Watch With A 10-Day Power Reserve

The Artelier Caliber 113 is the producer’s fourth in-house developed development, since first launching the caliber 110 of every 2014. The caliber 113 (along with the caliber 111 and caliber 112) depends on the caliber 110, however includes another “business calendar” work that includes the day, date, week, and month of the year. It’s basically a complete calendar, however with the week pointer rather than the more regularly seen moonphase. 

The white dial Artelier Caliber 113 on an earthy colored strap.

The development is housed in a 43mm stainless steel case with sapphire crystal and caseback that displays the somewhat alluring development. Importantly, it still conveys the 10-day power hold that set the caliber 110 separated all along. You can tell this almost immediately from looking at the enormous heart barrel that takes up the greater part of the development (seen at the highest point of the photograph below.

The new Oris in-house caliber 113.

The Artelier Caliber 113 is available with either a dim dial or a white dial, with different lash and steel bracelet choices available too to give various looks. The month and week are shown on the external edges of the dial, utilizing a single hand – it required a moment to sort the display out, however once you do it’s totally natural going ahead. The date opening sits at nine o’clock, the day gap at 12 o’clock, and the running seconds and force hold demonstrated with two auxiliary dials.

The dim dial Artelier Caliber 113 on the stainless steel bracelet.

The retail cost for the Artelier Caliber 113 watch is 5,900 CHF (approximately $5,850 at season of publishing), with official valuing for the United States on the way. For more information,  visit Oris online .