|Model:||Full calendar moon phase reference 7506|
|Size - diameter excluding winding crown:||36mm|
|Size - length including lugs:||43mm|
Stainless steel reference 7506 Oris watch with round light gray dial. It has gray batons to mark the hours and 12 and 6 Arabic numerals. The watch has three sub dials, day, date, 24 hours and the moon phase window at 12 o’clock. The watch has an indirect sweep second. The watch has a crown with the logo. It is a stainless steel case with crystal sapphire exhibition case with engraved around “Oris Swiss 7506 – #21 18881 – All Stainless Steel – Front Sapphire Crystal – Water resistant 30m”. It is an automatic movement watch with caliber ETA 2688. The watch has a stainless steel bracelet with double clasp Oris logo folder with reference Oris 7 18 66. The watch comes with box and manual.
The company Oris started in 1902 when the Lohner and Nagelin company started producing watches in the town of Holstein. It closed down two years later. Then came Paul Cattin and Georges Christian who succeeded in producing inexpensive pinpallet movements which nevertheless met chronometer standards through careful construction and manufacture. In 1952 an automatic movement with a winding rotor and power reserve indication gained notoriety. In 1966, Oris introduced the first automatic lever movement, the 645 caliber. A wrist-chronograph was launched in 1970 in cooperation with Dubois-Depraz. From 1919 to 1987, Oris has produced almost 97 million watches.
Automatic movement with caliber ETA 2688, 17 jewels, 21,600 A/h and 40 hours of power reserve. The movement was produced from 1985 to 2004.
Diameter excluding winding crown: 36mm
Length including lugs: 43mm