All week we’re reviewing 2022 debuts presented during Watches and Wonders 2022 that, perhaps, you didn’t read too much about in the first wave of online reporting.
While Oris focused on its Oris ProPilotX Caliber 400 during the recent debut event at Watches and Wonders 2022, this watch also benefits from the long-power reserves found in the Oris Caliber 400 series of movements.
For the first time in a Big Crown Pointer Date production piece, Oris also launches this Big Crown Pointer Date Caliber 403, which is updated with that new movement. This 38mm steel-cased model, with small seconds and pointer date complications, is now fit with namesake Caliber 403, which we first saw in the 250-piece Hölstein limited edition in 2021.
Echoing the entire Caliber 400 series, Caliber 403 has elevated levels of anti-magnetism, a five-day power reserve and a ten-year warranty. It’s also accurate to -3/+5 seconds a day – which would pass chronometer testing – and has ten-year recommended service intervals. As production allows, we expect Oris to phase in additional models in this collection fit with calibers from the excellent Oris long-power-reserve movement series.
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