It’s a great looking watch and manages to feel both special (hand wound, giant power reserve indicator, display case back, etc) and rather toolish, with its super legible handset, uncommon but useful date display, and that pointer date-style GMT function. Operating in the “caller” GMT format, the Calibre 114 is designed to easily adapt to showing you the time in a different timezone, with the local time and date functioning much like a standard watch. While 44mm is a bit big for my wrist, the specialization for 30-minute resolution is a good feature and I rather liked the unobtrusive manner in which the 2nd zone is displayed and how well that display integrates into the ProPilot look and feel. As a fan of GMT watches, it’s fun to see Oris integrate the functionality into their impressive 10-day movement as they continue to evolve their in-house offerings.
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