Swiss watch brand Oris unveils one of the most innovative, technically advanced watches in the company’s history – the Oris Williams Chronograph Carbon Fibre Extreme. It is made using an Oris-patented manufacturing technique never before seen in watchmaking.
The watch’s case is made of carbon fibre and titanium, but not just any carbon fibre. Oris has developed and patented a carbon fibre manufacturing technique derived from processes used by Oris’s long-standing Formula 1 partner Williams and never before seen in watchmaking.
The process is so sophisticated that it delivers a completed case shape and finished surface. The titanium case back and sapphire crystal can be mounted straight onto it, without further machining, special gaskets or ‘containers’. In fact, the only additional processes required are to mill off any redundant material, and to mill the holes for the crown, chronograph pushers and the bracelet.
Oris has developed this material using knowledge shared with the Williams Formula 1 team, with whom it first partnered in 2003. Carbon fibre polymers are used wherever a high strength-to weight ratio is required, as in a racing car’s monocoque or steering wheel. It is five times lighter and twice as stable as stainless steel. Oris has used it in the middle part of the Williams Chronograph Carbon Fibre Extreme multi-piece case. The part weighs just 7.2 grams.
Model: Oris Williams Chronograph Carbon Fibre Extreme
Ref. No. 01 674 7725 8764 RS, Ø 44.00mm
Automatic movement Oris Cal. 674, based on ETA 7750, with chronograph function and date at 6 o’clock
Multi-piece case, case middle part made of high-tech carbon fibre
Water resistant to 10 bar/100m
Titanium crown and pushers with black DLC coating
Titanium bezel with black DLC coating
Flat sapphire crystal with anti-reflective coating inside
Screwed titanium case back with black DLC coating and see-through mineral crystal
Black dial with applied numerals
Black hour and minute hands with white Super-LumiNova®
Blue stop second hand with white tip, blue chronograph hands and white small second hand
Black rubber strap with black DLC-coated titanium folding clasp
Swiss retail price: CHF 4,100
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