Introducing the Oris Big Crown ProPilot GMT Small Seconds and the Big Crown ProPilot Chronograph Anthracite
Oris has a long history of delivering flying enlivened watches. For 2017, the grounded Swiss free keeps on expanding on its Big Crown ProPilot line, the firm’s mainstream assortment of commonsense pilot’s observes first presented in 2014. Oris has recently reported its two most recent augmentations to the arrangement: the Big Crown ProPilot GMT Small Seconds and the Big Crown ProPilot Chronograph—both currently highlighting the brand’s anthracite sunray dial (which we truly cherished here ). Neither one of the models is new for Oris, however the eye-getting dial treatment absolutely spruces up the stylish of the line.
Big Crown ProPilot GMT Small Seconds Anthracite
The Big Crown ProPilot GMT Small Seconds comes in a huge 45mm hardened steel case. The dial flaunts a seconds sub-dial at nine so as not to detract from the clearness of the GMT work. A halfway mounted GMT hand with a plane formed tip contacts the part ring, which is set apart with a second 24-hour time zone.
Case: 45mm hardened steel Crystal: Double domed sapphire (with inward AR) front; mineral back Dial: Anthracite sunray; Super-LumiNova numerals Hands: Polished nickel hour and moment hands with Super-LumiNova Water Resistance: 10 bar/100m Movement: Oris Cal. 748 dependent on Sellita SW 220-1 Strap: Olive, dark or dim material; dim earthy colored or dim calfskin; hardened steel Price: CHF 2,200 on cowhide/material; CHF 2,400 on spotless steel
Big Crown ProPilot Chronograph Anthracite
The Big Crown ProPilot Chronograph is a hair more modest at 44mm than the GMT, and it shares a significant number of a similar mark configuration includes that are presently pillars of the reach. For this Anthracite release, gone are a portion of the more vivid accents of past renditions for a more matched down, apparent look.
Case: 44mm hardened steel Crystal: Double domed sapphire (with inner AR) front; mineral back Dial: Anthracite sunray; Super-LumiNova numerals Hands: Polished nickel hour and moment hands with Super-LumiNova; cleaned nickel chronograph focal seconds hand with a white tip and white hour/minute/running seconds counter hands Water Resistance: 10 bar/100m Movement: Oris Cal. 774 dependent on Sellita SW 500 Strap: Black or dim material; dull earthy colored, dark or dim calfskin; treated steel Price: CHF 3,100 on cowhide/material; CHF 3,300 on pure steel
The new Anthracite versions of the Big Crown ProPilot GMT Small Seconds and the Big Crown ProPilot Chronograph might be two little increments to the all around broad line, however the little contacts do offer an alternate encounter. Having been powerfully intrigued with different watches in Oris’ Aviation range, we’re certainly eager to see these in the metal later at this year’s Baselworld, where we’ll additionally get a report on expected USD estimating. Stay tuned for that.
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