The company's first chronograph, the original Chronoris debuted in 1970. The Oris Chronoris Date Watch is a reimagining of that vintage release. A 39mm brushed stainless steel case holds the Oris automatic Caliber 733 movement that powers the hands and the date function, visible through a window placed at 3 o'clock. Notably, the inner bezel rotates via the crown at four o'clock, serving as the timing function in place of a dedicated stop-seconds chronograph. It's available with a variety of straps, including brown and black leather, gray nylon NATO, black rubber, and a 15-link stainless steel bracelet that's very similar to the original.
If you're looking for a smartwatch, you have several options. But the ZeTime Smartwatch is the first of those choices to give you a stainless steel case and real chrome mechanical hands on the smartwatch's round touchscreen. So it looks like a regular watch, but with all the features you get from a smartwatch. Those perks include a 30-day battery from a single charge, a TFT color display, heart-rate monitoring, and compatibility with iOS and Android phones. The world's first hybrid smartwatch has Swedish designed mechanical hardware and will connect seamlessly via Bluetooth to sync your activity and sleep data, along with any notifications that matter to you.
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Blending a rugged, well-traveled look with a surprising level of sophistication, the Ralph Lauren Safari Watch is a great choice for everyday wear. Its "aged" black stainless steel case in 39 or 45mm holds a self-winding RL300-1 caliber mechanical movement with a COSC-certified chronometer. Details like the large Arabic numerals and orange sweeping seconds hand help distinguish it from similar models, and it comes in several different dial and strap combinations. Also available in tourbillon and flying tourbillon variants.
With a dial of soft blue and orange details set against off-white, the Nomos Glashutte Club Neomatik Watch is a perfect Spring timepiece but stylish and reliable enough to depend upon year-round. It's powered by the Caliber DUW 3001 in-house automatic movement that stands just 3.2 mm tall yet offers outstanding precision. The sleek 37mm stainless steel case is water resistant down to 200 meters and sits on a light gray textile strap woven in France.
Most watch movements are held inside the case. With the Bell & Ross BR-X2 Tourbillon Micro-Rotor Watch, the movement is the case. Built from 257 pieces, the watch has a 42.5mm movement frame cut from a solid plate of stainless steel, protected by two plates of carefully milled and polished sapphire, held together with four screws. The flying tourbillon is visible through an aperture at 6 o'clock, the indices and hour and minute hands coated in SuperLuminova, and the micro-rotor visible through the back. Finished with a gray alligator strap with a folding steel buckle and limited to just 99 pieces.
Most chronographs have pushers to operate the timer. The Porsche Design Monobloc Actuator Watch has them too — they're just integrated right into the 45.5 mm titanium case. Around the crown, you'll notice two subtle seams, the only hint that the entire piece pivots on a rocker out over the sapphire crystal to serve the same function as the missing pushers. It's powered by a modified Valjoux/ETA 7754 movement, arrives on either a natural rubber strap or matching titanium bracelet, and is available with a brushed black or muted-blue dial.