REVIEW: Oris Artelier Calibre 112

REVIEW: Oris Artelier Calibre 112

Although it was dispatched at Baselworld 2016, we set aside some effort to at long last get hands on with the Oris Artelier Caliber 112. One reason was that we needed to consider the watch, its specialists and how to situate it. Its fairly spotless, exemplary, surely not tiny and masculine plan, is something it imparts to a notable Swiss brand that used to value these attributes. Add to that the 10-day power save of the Oris and the similarity just becomes more self-evident. Somehow, Oris is conveying a radiant bundle at the cost, and ought to unquestionably be thought of if you’re searching for a decent, fly-under-the-radar, ground-breaking watch. So, immediately, kindly make the most of our audit of the Oris Artelier Caliber 112. 

Some brief history

In 2014, passage level watch brand, Oris, accomplished something completely sudden. To commend the brand’s 110th commemoration, the company dispatched its own, in-house created development: Caliber 110 . This was a groundbreaking event for the brand, and took Oris’ own group of watchmakers and fashioners, along with Swiss technical subject matter experts and with L’école Téchnique Le Locle, 10 years to make. As we have come to learn, notwithstanding, it just the initial phase in Oris’ more drawn out term intend to recover its watchmaking legacy. The hand-wound Caliber 110 flaunted a 10-day power hold from a solitary heart barrel, complete with a licensed, non-direct force save sign. Offered at a competitive cost (just CHF 5,500 in steel), these restricted release watches were a major hit.

Oris followed up the Caliber 110 the following year with the Caliber 111, introduced in the Big Crown ProPilot . The Caliber 111 improved essentially on the Caliber 110, which, in case we’re being straightforward, wasn’t exactly great. (It was their absolute first in-house development all things considered!) Based on the input got, and their own perceptions, it turned out to be certain that the Caliber 110 was not conveying a stable chronometric rate.

Oris revamped and improved the development, and found a straightforward and compelling answer for this issue, that didn’t cost any additional cash. By making the fountainhead somewhat more (1.8 meters) and removing the conveyance of force toward the finish of 10 days, they accomplished a substantially more steady rate. Obviously, when the origin is completely wound, the development will likely run altogether too quick (due to the enormous force) and towards the end, when the force is decreased, it may run simply a touch too sluggish, however the lone genuine answer for that issue is a steady power instrument , which you won’t get in this cost range.

In 2016, a third development was presented, the Caliber 112, which is the subject of our audit today. Expanding on the movements of the initial two calibers, it includes a 10-day power hold (conveyed by a solitary barrel), a protected non-straight force save pointer (which shows the excess force save in ever more noteworthy detail as an opportunity to wind the watch draws near), a date work, and a GMT work with day-night marker. We should look at it in more detail.

Oris Artelier Caliber 112

The Artelier is important for what Oris calls its ‘Way of life’ assortment, which basically implies it’s expected as all the more a complex dress watch. In that capacity, it’s not as lively or strong as a portion of the models we’re accustomed to seeing from the brand, however it actually feels very much made and strong on the wrist, offering a lot of value for your money. Besides, it’s consistently ideal to have something tasteful to wear with a suit to more conventional events, or even only the workplace to dazzle your coworkers.


As far as dresses watches go, the Oris Artelier Caliber 112 is a little on the large side, at any rate on paper, estimating in at 43mm in measurement. On the wrist, be that as it may, it is rich and comfortable, thanks in enormous part to its short and bended hauls, which guarantee a cozy fit. The flimsy bezel, which slants delicately downwards towards the external edge of the case likewise makes a visual fantasy that the case is more modest than it is, while at the same time making an exceptionally enormous opening for the dial. Two diverse case alternatives are accessible; one in full steel, and the other in steel with a 18k rose gold bezel and rose gold completions on the dial.

Dial and indications

The potential gain of having a somewhat bigger case is that there is a lot of space for a cleaned up dial, even one that has however many signs as this one does. Time is demonstrated midway, with little seconds appeared on the marginally recessed sub-dial somewhere in the range of 7 and 8 o’clock. Contingent upon which form you pick, the hands and records are either from lume-filled 18k rose gold or steel. Only close to it, at 9 o’clock, is a little date window, with a date plate coordinating the shade of the dial. Over at the 3 o’clock is the much discussed protected, non-straight force save pointer, scaled from 0 to 10. The way that it’s non-direct methods the hand will move more slow from the outset and steadily get quicker as it comes near the finish of the force reserve.

Large and open dial Nice itemizing on the dial, with round graining in re lief 10 days of force hold, little seconds, date, second timezone and day & night sign

Just under 12 o’clock, there is another marginally recessed sub-dial for the GMT work, which shows the subsequent time-region in full, just as two openings for the afternoon/night pointer. The best one is round and molded like the Sun, while the last one is bow formed like the Moon. Under there is a two-tone pivoting circle, which turns the Sun white (or gold in the rose gold adaptation) and the Moon dim during the day, and afterward the inverse around evening time. I especially like how the two pointers become a blend of the two tones first thing in the morning and nightfall, a pleasant visual method of showing the progress from day to night, and the other way around. Every one of the watch’s capacities is worked through a solitary crown.


As pleasant looking as the Oris Artelier Caliber 112 is, in any case, what we’re truly intrigued by is what’s happening behind the dial. Turning the watch more than, a sapphire presentation case back offers a decent perspective on a spotless, very much made development complete with that huge single barrel at the top. Beating at a consistent 21,600 vph, it offers 240 hours (10 days) of force hold. Likewise with the past two calibers, the completion is intentionally a combination of mechanical surfaces and hand wrapping up. The primary plate is left with a straightforward straight graining while the significant parts, like the points – cleaned by hand – or the force hold gears are wonderfully completed and, consequently, highlighted.

Force hold 10 Days Fine change screw One vey huge heart barrel

In absolute, eight unique varieties of the Oris Artelier Caliber 112 are accessible. Six of them are in steel and highlight your decision of a blue or opaline silver dial, matched with a steel arm band or two diverse cowhide lash choices and retail for CHF 6,400. The other two variants are a blend of 18k rose gold and steel, with opaline silver dial and two distinctive cowhide tie alternatives and retail for CHF 7,900. For more data if it’s not too much trouble, visit .      

Technical particulars Oris Artelier Caliber 112

  • Case: 43mm – tempered steel/18k rose gold and hardened steel – sapphire precious stone and transparent case back with hostile to intelligent covering – water impervious to 5 Bar.
  • Movement: mechanical with manual-winding, Caliber 112 – 240h power save – 21,600 vibrations/h – 40 gems – hours, minutes, little seconds, date, power save pointer, GMT work with day/night indicator.
  • Bracelet/Strap: stainless steel or calfskin tie with clasp coordinating the metal of the case.
  • Price: Steel – CHF 6,400/Steel & 18k Rose Gold – CHF 7,900