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Oris upgrades its ProPilot Worldtimer with a bezel-adjusted world time system

Change timezones with a simple twist.
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Oris Propilot Worldtimer

Released in 1997, Oris is marking the 20th Anniversary of its ProPilot Worldtimer with a new model that lets you adjust the timezone with just a twist of the bezel. 

Rather than use the traditional set of pushers to set your local time, the coin-edged bezel handles all that functionality allowing you to jump one hour when rotating it clockwise and can go back an hour when rotated anti-clockwise, even after midnight. 

The watch features a Oris Cal. 690 movement based on the reliable ETA 2836-2 and is housed inside a 44.7mm stainless steel case. You'll also find domed Sapphire crystal on both sides, Super-LumiNova numerals, and a variety of leather, textile, or metal strap/bracelet options. 

From CHF 3,400 (approx. $3,492)

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