Watches and speed have always been the love of men. It is a lifelong dream for many people to wear sports watches. Although men can never be fast, they can enjoy it in many ways; for example, having a racing timepiece, under a design full of racing flavor, watching the endless loop of the special small seconds dial on the face plate makes people feel emotional Pleasant. The racing watch has always been a large series of Oris. In addition to the long-term cooperation with Williams team and Audi’s third-year partnership, it has also brought a lot of creative inspiration to Oris.
Audi Sport III Limited Watch Black DLC stainless steel case, 44 mm diameter, hour, minute, special small seconds, date display, chronograph, luminous hands and time stamp, Oris 774 automatic movement, power reserve 48 hours , Sapphire crystal glass, special engraved case back, waterproof 100 meters, perforated rubber strap, limited to 500 pieces.
This year, Oris launched the third-generation Audi Sport limited edition watch. The stainless steel case is treated with black DLC to convey a strong sporty atmosphere. At first glance, this new timepiece is very similar to the previous generation, but it has a 12-hour counter at 6 o’clock. As the faceplate carries more time information, the word ‘Audi Sport’ is printed on the two-way rotating watch. Above the circle, the detailed scale of the previous generation has also been changed to a clear time scale.
The Audi Sport III limited edition watch (above) uses a special small seconds dial design, which is very different from the linear small seconds of the previous generation Audi Sport II, showing Oris’ ability to continue to innovate.
Remember how the seconds of the previous generation were presented? The linear small seconds from 0 to 60 at 9 o’clock, from left to right, are full of characteristics like the continuous soaring speed on the racing track. But the small seconds at 9 o’clock in the Audi Sport III is more interesting. The first is the vertical indicator in the dial, which changes from black to red every 15 seconds, and rushes to the peak within 5 seconds and then turns to black, showing the effect of a racing start lamp; the daily reading of the seconds is constantly rotating The red discs are displayed in sections, which means that the 6 arc-shaped holes will gradually fill, hollow out, and then fill with the passage of time, and continue to be repeated.
Carbon fiber case and dial of Williams Valtteri Bottas Limited Watch, diameter 44 mm, hours, minutes, small seconds, date display, chronograph, luminous hands and hour markers, Oris 674 automatic movement, power reserve 48 hours, sapphire Crystal glass mirror, special engraved case back, waterproof 100 meters, rubber strap, limited to 770 pieces.
Another limited edition of the Williams Valtteri Bottas watch, which is cooperating with Williams F1 driver Valtteri Bottas, is also quite good. It uses a woven carbon fiber reinforced polymer material as the case, which is manually laminated in a separate mold and placed in a special oven at 130 ° C for hardening. It can be done twice. With a weight of only 7.2 grams, the watch is extremely lightweight and comfortable to wear on the wrist. It is even more extraordinary when handmade in Switzerland.
The limited Williams Valtteri Bottas watch not only has a carbon fiber case but also a dial. Behind the eye-catching weaving effect is Oris’ mature technology.
About Valtteri Bottas, a 27-year-old young driver, started his racing career at the age of 6 and participated in the Williams F1 team for the fourth consecutive season. He has accumulated 8 awards on stage. To commemorate the achievement of the 27-year-old young driver, the bottom of the watch is also engraved with the words ‘Valtteri Bottas’ and its 77 number.
Oris brand ambassador Valtteri Bottas, a Finnish racer, started his career with the Finnish National Karting Team. He later entered the Formula Renault team and became the first driver to win the Formula 3 Masters twice (2009 and 2010). In 2012, he became the official reserve driver of the Williams team, and in 2014, he ranked fourth in his career.