Oris has presented the latest addition to its Artelier family, the Caliber 111.
The Swiss-based brand is hoping the move somewhat revives Oris as a developer of series-produced in-house movements.
The new release features a 10-day power reserve and a patented non-linear power reserve indicator.
It also combines a stainless steel case with gold-plated hands and hour markers along with a stainless steel bracelet, butterfly folding clasp and a dark brown croco leather strap.
Powered by the Oris 111 movement with a 240-hour power reserve, the watch includes a top glass sapphire, domed on both sides and has a 3 bar water resistance.
Oris has already made the piece available at a retail price of $5,500.