Venturing into timelessness backed by discovery & innovation
The Orbit collection, also our maiden release, seeks to pave the way much like how our forefathers first ventured into space. Unravelling a world of timelessness and infinite possibilities that are still being explored today.
Inspired by the human spirit that never settles for mediocrity, OSO Orbit was created for those with the same desire for discovery and drive for innovation.
Hybrid Chronograph Movement
Powered by the famed VK64 Meca-Quartz from Seiko, also known as the “hybrid movement”, integrates quartz engineering with mechanical movement. Instead of the intrusive sweeping back motion typical of a standard quartz chronos, the chronograph hands are disengaged from the quartz motor and snap back to zero instantaneously upon reset. The result – a piece of time-keeping marvel that sits on the wrists of a discerning few. One that perfectly pairs the accuracy of quartz with the distinct aesthetics of a mechanical chronograph.
"One that perfectly pairs the accuracy of quartz with the distinct aesthetics of a mechanical chronograph."
Special Edition Caseback
Each caseback of the Orbit collection is engraved with an elegant design of our solar system overlooking a mountain. A fitting tribute to mankind’s past success as well as a timely reminder of what we can achieve. There is much left to be explored, but none that can’t be attained with innovation.
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Straying from modernity, the OSO Orbit collection maintains a tonneau shape, reminiscent of vintage chronograph watches from the early 70’s.
OSO Orbit is a modern reimagining of vintage chronographs. The symmetry of the dials brings a clean, contemporary look to the watch. The curve lines of the rounded corners and dome-shaped Sapphire glass maintain its vintage integrity. Paired with genuine leather straps tie the look together, giving the watch an antique feel.
The case is inspired by Astron, the first ever quartz watch introduced by Seiko on December 25, 1969 which revolutionized the watch industry. We have designed it to give it a refined touch with linear brushing throughout the case, along with a high quality marine grade stainless steel (316L) case typically found on high-end dive watches.
Both the silver and gold case designs have elegantly slim profiles, with an ideal thickness of 12 millimeters. Despite the thin profile however, the weight of OSO watches still conveys a feeling of quality on the wrist.
STAINLESS STEEL 316L CASE
40MM (diameter) x 46.50MM (lug to lug)
GENUINE LEATHER 20MM (lug width)
STAINLESS STEEL BUCKLE
OSO LOGO ENGRAVED
DOMED SAPPHIRE GLASS
STAINLESS STEEL CROWN
OSO LOGO ENGRAVED
SEIKO VK64 (sweeping second hand)
The OSO Story
How one man’s love for vintage ticked off
“The first watch that ever piqued my interest was a Rolex Datejust that my grandfather always wore. Whatever the occasion, it would always be seen fitting slightly loose on his wrinkly wrists. Intrigued, I began curating my own humble collection of vintage watches, cherishing and understanding the mechanics behind each and every piece.
Time flew and my affection for classic timepieces grew. But I came to realise that owning an authentic timepiece that is timeless, stunning and versatile doesn’t come cheap.
"It is worth remembering that what becomes timeless was once truly new.”
OSO was thus founded. Born out of a childhood interest that has withstood the test of time and driven by a belief that luxury and versatility should be attainable for like-minded enthusiasts.
We may be new. But it is worth remembering that what becomes timeless was once truly new.”