Oris Williams F1 Day Date Watch
This model will be mostly the same, but with red, versus blue trim (and no Williams name). The crystal is sapphire over the dial, with a mineral crystal caseback over the movement. Inside the watch is a Oris 735, which is basically a Sellita SW220 (like an ETA 2836) automatic. It is quite a nice watch for gear-heads and F1 fans. Not to mention Oris watch lovers. A very youthful look that has that expected level of Oris fit and finish. Not always a great "any occasion," but fun and lively nonetheless. Look out for it soon. An interesting rendition on the skeletonization theme.You'll notice that Oris has refined the look of the "open date" window. The almost ***-like shape now integrates the day and date indicators and allows for that "open date" design. Oris watches are often innovators when it comes to continuously polishing existing designs. I appreciate them for that. Reading the watch isn't touch at all. The hands have larger lume covered sections in white that contrast nicely with the dark dial. The blue bordered race-font style hour numerals are easy to spot as well - while there are lots of little lumed sections of the dial.Apparently there is also a non Williams F1 version of the watch as well.