Viewed from the back, all Oris watches display their mechanical movement in the case back window – but there’s no need to turn this watch over. In the centre, where the dial should be, is an opening into the fascinating world of mechanics. Hours, minutes, and seconds are displayed from the centre. A red triangle at six o’clock indicates the date. It’s show time for High-Mech.
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For over 116 years, Oris has been making purely mechanical watches in Hölstein, Switzerland. Comprised of four worlds: Diving, Aviation, Culture, and Motor Sport, Oris watches are made for everyday wear and offer the luxury of common sense. That means Oris provides the best possible watch for the money, using useful complications and functional designs. Staying true to a rich heritage, Oris is one of the few Swiss watch companies to remain independently owned and operated.