Introducing – Oris’ In-House 10-Day Artelier Calibre 111 Now with a Blue Dial

Introducing – Oris’ In-House 10-Day Artelier Calibre 111 Now with a Blue Dial

When Oris dispatched its own in-house created and delivered development, back in 2014 (at that time the Caliber 110, without date), this seemed like a noteworthy advance for the brand, more used to making open games watches and re-appropriated programmed developments. In fact, with no-under 10 days of force save and some actually progressed highlights , it was a significant accomplishment. This hand-twisted in-house Caliber is currently completely coordinated into the assortments, and has seen a few developments (calibre 111 , 112 and 113). Today, the Oris Artelier Caliber 111 imprints an adjustment in style, by getting a striking blue dial.

The in-house Oris Caliber 11x

Back in 2014, Oris dispatched its first current in-house created and delivered movements… And present day is significant here, as it must be remembered that Oris had been, for an extensive stretch, probably the biggest producer of developments in Switzerland. Up until the finish of the 1970s, Oris was delivering its own types, nonetheless, when it was dispatched available for the 110th commemoration of the brand, the Caliber 110 was their first in-house created development in 35 years. Not an irrelevant difference in procedure, you’ll concede. Be that as it may, rather than building up another 3-hand programmed development to supplant ETA’s or Sellita’s offers – which are ideal developments in the value portion Oris typically plays – the Hölstein-based brand chose to go complex and to offer something other than what’s expected – yet all things considered, the possibility of “accessibility” was still of key importance.

The first form of this development, Caliber 110, characterized the fundamentals for later advancements. This type was an in-house created, hand-wound development flaunting no under 10 days of force hold, with a unique non-straight force save indication. Oris’ own group of watchmakers and originators worked with Swiss specialized trained professionals and with L’école Téchnique Le Locle on this advancement for just about 10 years. The outcome, Oris first own development in quite a while, was very great. The 10 days of force save come from one enormous origin (1.8m long), the force hold demonstrates the leftover energy in a non-straight manner (with a more exact sign when near the finish of the force reserve), and the design of the development was pretty satisfying.

The most great part was the cost, as this Oris Caliber 110, when in a steel case, was offered at CHF 5,500, making this watch a genuine incentive. In the years since, the development has been refreshed in 3 different adaptations: Caliber 111 with date, Caliber 112 with double time sign and Caliber 113 with schedule signs (date, day of the week, month and week number).

The Oris Artelier Caliber 111 Blue Dial

While the Caliber 110 isn’t in the inventory any longer – as it has just showed up twice, in 110-piece restricted release – the part of the standard offer (meaning without extra complications) in the Artelier Caliber 11x collection now goes to the Caliber 111. This watch has precisely the same presentation, style, case and determinations as the 110, anyway with an extra date window, for common sense matters consistently, put at 9 on the dial. In the event that the Oris Artelier Caliber 111 assortment was at that point very broad, with 4 unique dials available (Dark Gray, Silver, White and Brown) and 2 distinct materials for the case (stainless steel and 18k pink gold), 2017 imprints the appearance of another tone on the steel form: a striking blue dial.

For the furthest down the line expansion to the Artelier Caliber 111 assortment, Oris decided to go blue, a fairly popular shading that has been broadly utilized as of late. With differentiating silver hands and lists, just as white engravings, the blue tone picked is very splendid and distinctive and has been given a sun-beam brushing design, which will make it presumably very exuberant in the metal. 3 choices will be accessible, combined to this blue dial: a blue crocodile tie, a dark gator lash and a steel wristband with a 7-connect profile.

The rest of this Oris Artelier Caliber 111 remaining parts equivalent to the current forms: a 43mm case with slight bezel and huge dial opening, a completely cleaned finish of the case, for an intriguing blend among class and easygoing quality, and a similar design for the dial. At 3 is an enormous force save marker with, as should be obvious, a non-straight sign. While the leftover energy drops, the graduation becomes increasingly exact, all together for the wearer to know when he should wind his watch. At 9 is a running second sub-dial with a date window (printed on a blue disc). Time is demonstrated by spear hands which highlight applied silver twirly doo files and huge applied Arabic numerals at 12 and 6.

As with the remainder of the assortment, this Oris Artelier Caliber 111 Blue Dial comes at a very great cost, particularly considering the development that runs inside: CHF 5,500/EUR 5,400 (whatever the decision of lash/bracelet). So, it’s not exactly a large portion of the cost of a specific other 7-day power save programmed watch with Portuguese roots… This should make you reconsider prior to considering a long force hold, huge and carefully molded watch. Accessible in December 2017. More subtleties on Oris.ch .


Technical Specifications – Oris Artelier Caliber 111 Blue Dial

  • Case: 43mm measurement – Stainless steel, cleaned – Sapphire precious stone on the two sides – 30m water resistant
  • Dial
  • Movement: Oris Caliber 111, in-house – hand-wound – 10-day power save – 4Hz recurrence – hours, minutes, little second, date, non-direct force hold indicator
  • Strap/bracelet: Blue or Black crocodile tie on collapsing catch or stainless steel bracelet
  • Price: CHF 5,500/EUR 5,400
  • Reference: 01 111 7700 4065 LS
  • Availability: December 2017