What’s Old is New Again…

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If you’re looking for a slick new watch to add to your collection, but can do without all the bulky bands and flashy dials, then look no further than the Oris Chronoris Date. The newly-released watch is a revamped version of the vintage 1970’s version with the same sleek, understated luxury that goes with practically any outfit you choose.

The newly-released watch is a revamped version of the vintage 1970’s version with the same sleek, understated luxury that goes with practically any outfit you choose.

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The Chronoris Date features a 39mm brushed stainless steel tonneau-shaped case and a gray dial with no other dial save for a date at three o’clock.  There are also two crowns on the side used to set the time and inner rotating bezel.

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The straps can either be made of steel, rubber, leather or (our personal favorite) a nato band. Prices start at approximately $1,750 but for a piece of history, we’re definitely willing to splurge!
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