Oris Big Crown Pointer Date Bronze Features
Oris is among the few watchmakers that make one of the most premium timepieces that offer stunning design and impressive mechanical innovation at an affordable price. The brand has got plenty of watch lineups at fit almost every type of watch buyer with its advanced watch-making techniques and the use of recycled materials. The Oris Big Crown Pointer Date Bronze is among them offering a gorgeous design that adds flavor to your fashion as well as a precise time showing you’d expect for the price.
|Big Crown Pointer Date Bronze
|Multi-piece bronze case, stainless steel case back
|Oris 754 Movement
|4 Hz, Automatic winding, 26 jewels, 41-hour power reserve
|Multi-piece bronze metal bracelet, folding clasp
The Oris Big Crown Pointer Date Bronze is a watch for everybody with its nimble design that fits perfectly with its size and the price segment it comes from. The watch features a gorgeous-looking design with its 40 mm bronze case with a matching bronze bracelet with a steel caseback. The case is nicely brushed and polished to a level that doesn’t make a dent in the eye but instead makes a subtle and appealing style statement on its own. On the plus side, it led the watchmaker to keep the price low compared to most gold case watches you’ll find in the market.
The Big Crown Pointer Date features a stunning blue dial that elevates its minimalistic approach and looks terrific at the same time. It dresses up well in terms of keeping the simplistic aesthetics, the bronze markers and indices make the minimalistic dial more appealing to the eyes matched with the bronze theme. The watch uses the company’s in-house 754 movements with automatic winding and comes with a 41-hour power reserve and 26 jewels. The watch is not too big and fits perfectly on an average wrist with its 40 mm case size and the matching 7-link bronze bracelet (the company also offers a leather strap) makes it more pleasing on the wrist.
The Oris Big Crown Pointer Date Bronze retails at around $2,600, $500 extra for the bronze bracelet ($2,100 with the leather strap). The watch is best for someone who wants a Swiss-made watch with all the quirks and perks of advanced Swiss engineering at an affordable price.