Dietrich OT-7 Watch Review
Thursday - 16 June 2016
As a fairly new brand to the world of watches, Dietrich have already kicked things off with a bang with their unique and fascinating OT collection. The OT, or Organic Time range, was inspired by the unusual textures and geometric shapes found in nature, giving a certain futuristic and sci-fi vibe to the timepieces.
The original three models were the OT-1, OT-2 and OT-3, a trio that showcased the remarkable and complex talents of the Dietrich’s designers. Each beautifully proportioned timepiece gives way to a contemporary aesthetic with injections of bright colour, allowing the wearer to bring a sense of adventure and boldness to their look.
Much to everyone’s excitement, the brand finally released the OT-7 at this year’s Baselworld, a completely breathtaking addition to the already impressive collection.
The OT-7 boasts a highly voluminous, 4 part skeletonised dial with complex geometric shapes that seem to build up and out the sapphire crystal glass while the crisp white Superluminova hands are shaped like sprouting leaves and are impossible to miss against the warm bronze coloured dial. At 4 o clock, the hexagonal seconds disk stands out with its 6 prong star shape polished in a striking black colour and the smooth hexagon shaped case is constructed from 316L stainless steel that has been micro bead blasted, brushed and coated in grey PVD. The timepiece is fastened comfortably on the wrist by a grey strap with bronze coloured stitch detailing and a stainless steel pin buckle, a combination of colours that you do not want to hide under your sleeve.
The OT-7 is expected to be released in August this year but is ready to pre order on our website here.