The latest timepiece presented by Ochs und Junior is also the most complicated timepiece of the brand, a perpetual calendar model which makes the date easy to read from the same distance as the time. The Ochs und Junior Perpetual Calendar displays the date for every month including February. Using analog dots representing the year, month and date, the dial remains pretty clean, usually a challenge for perpetual calendar watches. Based on the self-winding Ulysse Nardin UN-118 calibre, beating at 4 Hz (28,800 vph) and offering a power reserve of 60 hours, Oechslin’s perpetual calendar comprises just 9 additional parts resulting in fewer interactions between parts and higher reliability. Functions can be set by simply using the crown, and the date is adjustable both forwards and backwards. The Ochs und Junior Perpetual Calendar comes in a 42 mm grade 5 titanium case with a patina dial, platinum PT950 hands, rhodium markers, and orange dots with an export price of Swiss Francs 20,240. Customisation is also possible.