Oris is pleased to launch the new Artix GT Chronograph’s self-developed complication watch. This watch is equipped with Oris’s self-developed complication-a vertical window countdown display, set at the 9 o’clock dial position, and its working principle is similar to the light at the starting line of the F1 Grand Prix.
The complication structure consists of five squares, initially white and filled with red every 15 seconds. After one second, the bottom square turns red; after two seconds, the previous square turns red; and so on, until all five squares turn red. They then change back to white at the same time. This process is repeated for the first 5 seconds of 15 seconds, 30 seconds, 45 seconds, and 60 seconds.
The sub-dial at 9 o’clock is equipped with a disc printed with a red cylinder. The cylinder is staggered like a staircase. As the disc rotates, the cylinder moves into the window and fills it with red. In addition, the sub-dial itself also has a travel time display function, which is represented by a single red square that moves along the outer edge of the sub-dial and rotates once every 60 seconds.
Movement: Swiss-made Oris Caliber 774 automatic movement (based on Sellita SW500), 25 gems, 28,800 vibrations / hour (4 Hz), 42 hours power reserve, equipped with personalized red rotor
Case: stainless steel, 44 mm in diameter, curved anti-glare sapphire crystal, back-through design, water-resistant to 100 meters. Two-way rotating bezel with black ceramic minute scale and rubber outer ring for easy grip
Dial: Black dial with appliqued hour-markers and polished nickel hour and minute hands, both coated with SuperLuminov fluorescent layer, red central seconds and nickel chronograph
Bracelet: stainless steel bracelet or black rubber strap with stainless steel folding clasp
Price: CHF 3,200