27 Feb '17, 2pm

This triple calendar from @oriswatches packs a 10-day power reserve and has an asymmetrical layout.

This triple calendar from @oriswatches packs a 10-day power reserve and has an asymmetrical layout.

The indicators aren't laid out like you're probably used to seeing. Just below the signature at 12 o'clock is a window showing the day of the week, and then over at nine o'clock is the date aperture, intersecting the running seconds dial. Then, taking up almost the entire right side of the dial, is the massive curved power reserve indicator. It counts down from 10 to zero and there's a little red marking to let you know when power is getting low (starting at about 36-hour out from empty). I really like the mix of textures and the three-dimensional quality of the power reserve indicator – it's an important part of this watch's identity and Oris has made sure it's worth really looking at.

Full article: https://www.hodinkee.com/articles/oris-artelier-calibre-1...

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