Extravagant and style-conscious – the Oris Culture Artelier Jumping Hour
That elegant timekeepers and a touch of extravagancy excellently harmonize is demonstrated by the Oris Culture Artelier Jumping Hour: With its jumping hour and a decentrally-placed minute hand, it successfully stands out from the masses and emphasizes the noble style of its wearer. Manufactured in traditional handcraft, it allows insights into the fascinating mechanics of the movement thanks to its glass bottom.
The Culture stands out in every collection
Characteristic feature of every Artelier Jumping Hour is the artful structure of the dial – the minute hand is not placed classically in the center but is moved in direction to the 12 o'clock position. And where is actually the hour hand? Surprisingly, there is none as the jumping hour displays the current hour as numeral at 12 o'clock – a unique selling point of the masterpiece which is not only a special feature within the Oris Culture Collection. A further eye-catcher is the subsidiary second of the Artelier Jumping Hour which small dial harmoniously grabs into the minute display.
As classic automatic watch, the Jumping Hour is equipped with a respectable power reserve of 42 hours and has a glass bottom that makes the typical, red rotor of the traditional brand from the Swiss Hölstein visible. The round stainless steel case spreads an exclusive glamour and perfectly matches the high-quality leather or metal watch straps – you have free choice. In addition to the Artelier Jumping Hour, also the Culture Classic Date has an impressive elegance and convinces with a wide variety of available variants.
Passionated watchmaking since 1904
As part of the Oris family, the Artelier Jumping Hour can look back to a moving history which began with the establishment of the watchmakers Paul Cattin and Georges Christian more than 110 years ago. After very successful decades, the manufacturer had to contend with the quartz crisis of the 1970ies and 1980ies but today, however, is stronger positioned than ever.
The independent brand that is still private property convinces with a diversified portfolio which includes in particular robust chronographs and diving watches in addition to the fine models such as the Artelier series. The Oris Aviation Big Crown ProPilot, for example, reveals the special pioneering spirit of the watchmaking company.
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