Independent Swiss watchmaker Ochs and Junior has just unveiled its latest timepiece, the Anno watch. The striking, minimal design hides an annual calendar complication that does away with the traditional numerical day and date displays in favor of a unique dot display. The outside spiral displays the date while the two inner spirals display the month and day. The simplicity of the dial design extends to the movement itself with brand founder Ludwig Oeschlin whittling down the number of components for the complication from 40 parts to just five, thus extending the longevity of the watch. The Anno watch is available in titanium and silver for 8,000 and 10,000 CHF respectively. For further information and buying inquiries check out the Ochs and Junior site.