The Oslo Watch | Linjer

The Oslo Watch, $249 $187

Colour: Tan
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  • Movement: Ronda 762 quartz
  • Crystal: Double domed sapphire with anti-reflective coating
  • Case: 316L stainless steel with brushed finish
  • Dial finish: Lacquered varnish (slight silver tinge)
  • Water resistance: 3 ATM
  • Leather: Italian full grain vegetable-tanned leather
  • Strap: Quick-release springbar (easily interchangeable)

One size: 38mm case diameter; 6.8mm case thickness. Weight 40g. The model is 6'2" with a medium frame.


The Oslo Watch is minimalist and clean, with carefully considered details. A doubled domed sapphire crystal and brushed case combine to create a unique design that is a throwback to Oslo in the 1980s.

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Not pretentious Honest Cool

Reviewed by Md S.
August 2019

Handsome minimalist design, high quality

I'm happy with my Oslo watch, and it's good value, especially at the sale price. I was attracted by the clean minimalism: no second hand, no day/date, no branding, no other clutter. It's the opposite of blingy and busy. That's why I chose it over the similar Sternglas NAOS. The brown band is made of buttery leather, which feels soft and flexible. (I hope it's durable, as a replacement band costs a third the price of the whole watch!) The minute hand advances silently in increments of 9-10 seconds; no ticking. With its thin bezels and the large white fact, the Oslo looks bigger than I expected on my small (6") wrist, and it's not especially light or thin. I'd call it substantial rather than heavy, but if there were a smaller version for men, I'd prefer it. Build and finish appears to be of high quality. The watch looks pricier than it is. Assuming the band holds up, I hope to be wearing this watch for a long time.

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Reviewed by Jonathan R.
July 2019


everytime the watch face catches the light, I actually pause for a second and get completely distracted from what I'm doing. The hands are so immaculately detailed and polished, and the domed glass is subtle but noticed. Just gorgeous.

Reviewed by Alan P.
May 2019