Ahead of Baselworld 2015, Ressence has reworked its Type 3 model to include a temperature gauge to monitor the oil that fills the upper case element. The gauge reflects the susceptibility of oil to temperature fluctuation, which can expand with heat and contract with cold. The Type 3 uses seven specialized bellows to facilitate the oil's reaction to external temperature, and the New Type 3 makes use of the mechanical thermal gauge to indicate the optimal running temperature for the oil. The 0.5 millimeter bi-metal spiral is mounted 0.1 mm under the discs to capture the slightest temperature changes inside the oil, which can range from -5 C to 55 C (23F to 131F). Check out detailed looks below.