Three years ago, Oris caused a sensation with the Big Crown ProPilot X Calibre 115 – a technical-looking skeleton watch with manual winding, ten-day power reserve, small seconds and power reserve display. The new ProPilot X Calibre 400, introduced at Watches & Wonders 2022, has the same distinctive angular design of the case and bracelet, but comes with a closed dial in blue, gray or salmon. The timepiece is powered by the automatic calibre 400, which was also developed in-house.
Although it offers “only” a power reserve of five days instead of ten and is focused on the indication of time and a date, it boasts a high resistance to magnetic fields and a long service interval of ten years, as well as a ten-year guarantee. In addition, the 44-mm titanium case has been slimmed down to the Goldilocks size of 39mm, which also makes it interesting for watch lovers with slender wrists or aficionadas.
Pricing for the new Oris ProPilot X Calibre 400 is currently marked at $4,300 USD.
And here’s the version with salmon dial on Oris Co-CEO Rolf Studer‘s wrist, seen during Watches & Wonders 2022:
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Sure Looks Like Oris stole the case and bracelet design from RZE Fortitude‼️ your thoughts❓
The date window breaks the symmetry too much for me. It would be interesting to see a no-date version.