Time Traveler

Globetrotters, and those they need to contact, will appreciate the Oris Hölstein Edition’s ability to keep track of the time in two zones to avoid those awkward 2 a.m. phone calls.
Words by Bill Lindsey | October 27, 2022 | Lifestyle

Founded in 1904, Oris celebrates its 2022 birthday with a handsome Full Steel Hölstein Edition, featuring a 29 mm dial bracketed between the lugs that secure the 3-link design stainless steel bracelet with locking clasp. It brings the overall case size to 36.5 mm, giving it a trimmer, more sophisticated look than the normal adventure watch. The very active blue dial incorporates a “home time” sub-dial with a discrete white to black a.m./p.m. indicator for use while traveling to different time zones, during which local time can be displayed on the main dial, along with a 60-second timer. The in-house Oris 690 automatic movement has a power reserve of 38 hours, and water resistance to 50 meters. Each of the Limited Edition of 150 pieces includes a finely-finished wood presentation box;