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Ochs und Junior's unconventional Annual Calendar goes on a diet

The watch loses the grams with the help of aluminum.
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Ochs und Junior definitely isn't a company that sticks to watchmaking norms, their Annual Calendar is displayed as a circle of dots that represent the days of the month with the 7 dots on the top representing the month and the bottom representing the days of the week. For their latest version, the company dropped the significantly reduced the weight of the watch using milling techniques, aluminum alloy, and a lighter strap and buckle. The company plans to make 10 watches this year and two watches are currently available in 39mm and 42mm sizes. 

CHF 9’200 ($9,528),

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