Wind^Up San Francisco is close to the corner, commencing May eighteenth and proceeding through the 20th in a delightful exhibition space directly off of San Francisco’s Union Square. Oris is by and by returning as our Lead Sponsor, and we’d like to say thanks to them, just as our Featured Sponsors Autodromo , Junghans , and Tockr , for supporting the show. As any long-term peruser of Worn & Wound definitely knows, we’re huge aficionados of Oris, and 2018 has been a particularly solid year for the brand the extent that deliveries go. On the off chance that you haven’t got an opportunity to look at Oris’ most recent products, you’ll have the option to do as such at Wind^Up San Francisco.
And similarly as a year ago, Oris will toss in a truly cool marked tote fabricated by L.L. Bean with each acquisition of a watch from Oris.
Below, we’ve featured only a small bunch of the watches Oris will have on-hand.
Divers Sixty-Five Bronze
This now-famous watch from Oris gets the bronze treatment, blending a warm, bronze bezel with a cool, tempered steel mid-case to make a blend that has the perfect measure of bling. This is two-tone done right.
Divers Sixty-Five 36mm
Oris has additionally chosen to bring to the table a downsized form of the Divers Sixty-Five out of another 36-millimeter case, which, as Zach and I both noted in our Baselworld inclusion, wears unbelievably well. However, don’t simply believe us. You can give it a shot for yourself.
Following the cutting back pattern, the Aquis Date is presently accessible in a smooth 39.5-millimeter case. It’s an extraordinary size for the watch, which holds quite a bit of its quality yet is even more wearable for those of us with more modest wrists.