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Oris Artelier Calibre 113


With more than a century of innovation and expertise to its name, Oris continues to write its history and introduces the Oris Artelier Calibre 113. At its heart beats a new mechanical movement that was fully developed in-house by the brand's Centre of Excellence, already behind Calibres 110, 111 and 112. Like its illustrious predecessors, the Oris Artelier Calibre 113 benefits from an impressive 10 days of power reserve, a patented non-linear power-reserve indicator, and small seconds. The addition of a business calendar – day, date, week and month – makes a unique combination of complications, as no other watch offers all these functions together. Designed for the stylish executive, this new watch appeals as much for its technical performance as for its unmistakably modern aesthetic.



Mechanical hand-wound, 113 calibre, fully developed and made by Oris, 21,600 vib/h, one barrel, 10-day power reserve.


Hours, minutes, seconds, power-reserve indicator, day, date, week, month.


Stainless steel. Crown at 3 o'clock to set the time and calendar functions. Sapphire crystal, front and back. Water-resistant to 50 metres (5 bar / 165 ft).


Anthracite or opaline silver-toned. Hands with superluminova coating. Patented non-linear power-reserve indicator at 3 o'clock, small seconds and date at 9 o'clock, day at 12 o'clock. Week and month indication by pointer hand.


Louisiana crocodile or steel. Steel folding clasp.

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It is indeed a busy one. Remove the day, place date at 6, or remove it, and I think it would really clean it up. Or to maintain the complete calander I would put day date at 6, like Hamilton have done.

Just my thoughts.
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