Come See Oris at Wind^Up 2017

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Wind^Up 2017 kicks off this Friday, and it’s going to be a great three days for watch lovers. Over the course of the last month, we’ve been highlighting all the wonderful brands and vendors showcasing at this year’s fair. In advance of the show, we’d like to once more thank our featured sponsors: MK II, Autodromo, and Van Brauge. And we would especially like to once again thank Oris, returning as our lead sponsor for the third year in a row.

The Oris ChronOris Date, one of many great watches Oris will have on-hand at Wind^Up this year.

Oris has always had a place within the (digital) pages of Worn & Wound. Few large Swiss brands offer the same bang-for-buck value as Oris does, and even less do it with the brand’s style. In the last couple of years especially, Oris has put out hit after hit, from the now-iconic Divers Sixty-Five series and their line of stunning in-house Cal. 11x watches, to one of their most recent releases, the ChronOris Date.

At Wind^Up, Oris will have a great mix of watches on-hand for you to try on and play with. And with every purchase of an Oris watch, Oris will throw in this really cool branded tote from L.L. Bean. Below, we’ve rounded up some of the watches you should definitely check out.

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Big Crown ProPilot Worldtimer

For 2017, Oris gave their iconic Worldtimer a contemporary facelift in the form of the Big Crown ProPilot Worldtimer, adopting the functionality of the brand’s classic model and implementing a clever new system to make it all work. In the latest version, you can adjust the central hour hand using the rotating bezel.

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ChronOris Date

As the name suggests, the ChronOris Date pulls inspiration from a racing chronograph Oris released back in 1970. Despite its name and inspiration, the ChronOris Date is actually not a chronograph, but rather a three-hander inside a dual-crown case featuring an internal ratcheting diver’s bezel for tracking elapsed time.

Check out our review here.

Big Crown 1917

Pulled right out of the Oris archives, the Big Crown 1917 is a limited edition with a whole lot of vintage style. The watch is based on Oris’ first-ever pilot watch, though it looks right at home in 2017. This one was a bit hit at this year’s Baselworld.

Check out our coverage here.

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