The Small Second Date has the same brushed stainless steel case, except the case is slightly thinner and larger in diameter than the date-only version. The new case measures 45.5mm in diameter while the previous model measures 43.5mm. The watch is available in two versions, one with a blue dial and white indexes, or with a black dial with orange Luminova. But the biggest difference here is the subsidiary seconds dial at nine o’clock, and the date at three o’clock. Oris says that it relegated the running seconds display to a subdial in order to make it easier for divers to focus more directly on the position of the minutes hand relative to the one-way turning bezel.
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