The Chronoris Date is a modern version of the vintage watch, of the same name, released by Oris 47 years ago. The Chronoris was first introduced in 1970 and was a stop-seconds chronograph, not to mention the first chronograph for the Swiss maker. The name, as you might have guessed, is a combination of the words chronograph and Oris, and the last Chronoris was released in 2005, so it has been a little while.
The new Chronoris Date is a reinterpretation of the 1970s model. It features a 39mm brushed stainless steel tonneau-shaped case. The dial features several chapter rings in varying shades of silver, grey, and black with bright orange accents on the hands and indexes. Additionally there is a date window at three o’clock that stands out due to the white disc.
The Oris Chronoris Date retails for $1,750 on the straps and $1,950 on the steel bracelet — via Hodinkee