Oris has just announced a limited edition two time zone watch dedicated to the storied Royal Flying Doctor Service, the aeromedical organisation providing care to people in rural and remote areas across the vast Australian continent.
Established in 1928, the Royal Flying Doctor Service is one of the world’s largest aeromedical organisations. Equipped with 61 aircraft, it serves those living in the vast Australian outback who have no access to medical care. As its official partner, Oris has created this 2000 piece limited edition dedicated to the RFDS. The Oris Royal Flying Doctor Service limited edition has two crowns. One is at four o’clock to set the time, while the other is at two o’clock and adjusts the inner rotating 24 hour bezel which indicates the second time zone. And it also has an orange pulsometer scale on the outer track of the dial.
The steel case is 44 mm and waterproof to 100 m. Inside is the Sellita SW220. It is available on leather strap or bracelet, and priced at CHF1750 (about USD1900) and CHF1950 (about USD2100) respectively. – SJXBack to top.
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