ORIS TT1 Chronograph

Swiss watch brand ORIS introduces the new TT1 Chronograph, a beautifully crafted timepiece is instantly recognisable by its precise design and striking use of colour. Inspired by the instruments of race cars and wheel design, the watch features a stainless steel case with black PVD plating and a striking case-back with see-through mineral glass. The stunning ceramic Tachymeter scale top ring is a reminder of Oris’ dedication to the most refined design processes.

On the dial centre, hands for hours, minutes and chronograph ¼ seconds are accompanied by three subsidiary dials for continuous seconds, 30 minutes and 12 hours – a technical twist which highlights the Williams F1 Team’s influence. The application of Superluminova to the indices and hands is as much for aesthetics as it is functionality – a further example of Oris’ strength in watch design.

The stylish casing features flat sapphire top glass with an anti-reflective coating and the carefully integrated red rubber gasket showcases the timepiece’s race track origins. The unique rubber strap which is fixed directly to the case ensures a close and comfortable fit and the red colouring is a gentle reminder to always push you to the limit.

Technical details
Model: Oris TT1 Chronograph
Ref. No. 674 7659 4764 , Ø 45 mm

•Automatic mechanical movement ETA Cal. 7750 with Chronograph function and date.
•Multi-piece stainless steel case, black PVD plated
•Ceramic Tachymeter scale top ring.
•Centre hands for hours, minutes and ¼ seconds.
•Three subsidiary dials for continuous seconds, 30 minutes and 12 hours counter.
•Indices and hands applied with Superluminova.
•Date at 6 o’clock.
•Flat Sapphire top glass with anti-reflective coating on the inside.
•Stainless steel, black PVD plated screw-down case back with see-trough mineral glass.
•Stainless steel, black PVD plated crown and pushers.
•Water resistant to 10 Bar / 100 m.
•Black rubber strap with stainless steel, black PVD plated folding clasp.

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