The prestigious family-owned Ora Swiss Watch company engineers and produces its remarkable timepieces in Ticino on the shores of Lake Maggiore in southern Switzerland. Ticino is a region, where northern traditions amazingly combine with southern charm and culture. This is the place where the brand’s specialists give birth to their ideas and turn them into reality.
Now, Ora Swiss Watch is delighted to present its appealing novelty, dubbed Ora #1. The name of the chronograph stems from an Italian word, meaning “time”, “hour” and “now”. The case and dial of the watch, crafted from a single piece of titanium, will definitely boggle imagination of watch lovers. The breathtaking Ora watch was born as a result of a perfect alliance between excellent craftsmanship, precise technology and high quality.
The Ora #1 watch is constructed around a self-winding Ora P700 calibre, which uses Valjoux 7753 as its base.
Rhodium-plated, the movement comprises a circular-grained plate and bridges, graced with Cotes de Geneve finish. Incorporated into this mechanism is a tungsten monobloc rotor. The movement also features a diamond-studded 18K pink gold logo and ceramic ball bearings. It serves to animate the functions of hours, minutes, seconds and chronograph.
The timekeeper from Ora Swiss Watch company employs a monobloc titanium case. On the front side it is protected by sapphire crystal, which features an anti-glare treatment on both sides.
The watch also reveals a titanium back, equipped with a sapphire exhibition window with external and internal anti-reflective coating. The case is fitted with titanium push-pieces and crown, endowed with Twin Rings water-resistant system. The watch is 50-meter water-resistant.
The Ora watch boasts an extremely attractive dial. It is completed with numerals, hour-markers and hands, tipped with a coat of Superluminova. Set within the dial are hour, minute and small seconds counters, positioned at 6, 3 and 9 o’clock correspondingly.
The Ora #1 watch is mounted on a black, hand-sewn alligator leather strap, finished with a hand-engraved titanium buckle. Alternatively, it can be joined to a natural rubber strap, produced in Switzerland.