The Ochs Und Junior Annual Calendar is complex watchmaking simplified in a timepiece that's unlike anything out there and bound to get more attention than your average Rolex. The company built their annual calendar movement using only four parts on top of the watch's base movement, whereas conventional annual calendars typically utilize up to 40 components. That movement drives the dots which adorn the dial and each represent the month, date, and weekday, all of which are individually milled into the metal dial. It also features a titanium case and comes in your choice of 39mm or 42mm case sizes.
Ochs and Junior's unconventional Annual Calendar goes on a diet
The watch loses the grams with the help of aluminum.