Williams F1 Team Hollow Engine Calendar Watch

Automatic mechanical movement, multi-piece stainless steel case, transparent case back, double-layer anti-reflective sapphire crystal glass, central display of hours, minutes, seconds, date indicator arrow at 6 o’clock, plate Nickel fluorescent hollow hands, stainless steel crown, rubber strap with folding buckle, water-resistant to 100 meters
    Oris Williams F1 Team Skeleton Engine Calendar Watch. Oris and the AT & T Williams F1 team have a 6-year partnership so far. Since the first limited edition of the Williams F1 Team in 2003, carbon fiber dials and adjustable stainless steel lugs have been the classic features of the series. . For the first time, this skeleton engine calendar watch completely abandons the carbon fiber dial and reforms the display of the calendar function, making the watch itself more mechanical and dynamic.
    Automatic mechanical movement, multi-piece stainless steel case, translucent case back, double anti-reflective sapphire crystal glass, central display of hours, minutes and seconds, date indicator arrow at 6 o’clock, nickel-plated fluorescent hollow hands, stainless steel Crown, rubber strap with folding buckle, water-resistant to 100 meters
    1994. When Michael Schumacher, with the help of the bizarre crash, defeated Damon Hill by one point and won the F1 Grand Prix championship for the first time, the whimsical show and lace news never left F1. This is the land of right and wrong. McLaren, Ferrari, BMW Sauber, Renault France, the endless grievances caused these rich teams to even introduce conflicts outside the arena: when they had just started a partnership with Porsche Motorsport Tudor, using the GRANTOUR multi-function chronograph to interpret the details from the Porsche 911 GT3 Cup (Type 997);
    Oris, which has had a 6-year relationship with the AT & T Williams F1 team, even uses the Oris Williams F1 Team skeleton engine calendar watch, which draws inspiration from racing engines, as its new season Williams F1 Team series watch. design concept. And the Honda F1 team far away in Japan also seems to be giving up. The Sportura Kinetic Direct Drive (human power, manual charging) watch specially created by Seiko not only introduces the alloy wheels of premium sports cars into the shape of the crown. Its unique manual charging function is more like the tachometer of a high-performance sports car, which can instantly display the state of energy input during the wearer’s control.