The OW 350CI is a left-handed mechanical field watch designed to look hearken back to the Condor 350, a Swiss motorcycle known for its rugged styling. The watch is a “command inversées” or reversed controls and features a khaki dial and yellow indexes.
The beast runs a 2824-2 ETA movement.
The crown is on the left to protect it from shock or damage during all of your exciting adventures including, but not limited to, apple picking, buying a latte, or working on spreadsheets.
Joking aside, I’ve clearly been sleeping on OW. These watches look great and I really like the price — about $1,200 for some real swiss quality. I’m partial to the Navichron but I wouldn’t smack this guy off my wrist.
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