First released in 1997, the Oris ProPilot Worldtimer is now celebrating its 20th anniversary with a brand new model that allows you to adjust different time zones just by twisting the bezel.
Dubbed the Oris Big Crown ProPilot Worldtimer, the coin-edged bezel is inspired by jet engine turbines where you can rotate it either clockwise or anti-clockwise in one-hour jumps. The latest watch also boasts an Oris calibre 690, which is the brand’s world time/dual time zone system based on the ETA 2836-2 base. Other highlights include a 44.7mm stainless steel case, 100m water resistance, domed sapphire crystal on both sides with inner anti-reflective coating and Super-LumiNova numerals.
Available in a black leather strap or stainless steel folding clasp, the Oris Big Crown ProPilot Worldtimer is priced US$3,600 (RM15,467) and US$3,850 (RM16,541) respectively.