Oris has introduced a trio of new timepieces, each made with a specific intention in mind: elegance, sustainability, and diving…
Oris Artelier S
For Oris, it was a joy introducing a new variant to its Artielier collection. Billed as one of the most elegant timepieces ever created by the Swiss luxury watchmaker, the Artelier S stays true to its namesake’s minimalist aesthetic. The 38 mm multi-piece stainless steel case, replete with domed sapphire crystal through which the the dial is displays and mineral glass showcasing the Hölstein-based brand’s 733 calibre. Beating at 28 800 vph (4 Hz), the latter, automatic-winding movement offers a power reserve of 38 hours.
Oris X Bracenet Aquis Date
Concieved from the new partnership between Oris and Bracenet, a social enterprise making accessories from upcycled ‘ghost’ fishing nets, this Aquis Date-based watch features a dial fashioned from the latter material. As such, no two peices are alike. This special Aquis Date’s 43.5 mm multi-piece stainless steel case, coupled with a bracelet crafted from the same material, houses the company’s 733 automatic movement, which offers a power reserve of 38 hours. Water resistance is rated at 300 metres.
Oris AquisPro 4000M
Dive into the deep blue with the AquisPro 4000M, the most water-resistant diver’s watch ever created by Oris. Indeed, as its name would suggest, the Ref. 01 400 7777 7155-Set’s 49.5 mm multi-piece titanium case, replete with a lockable rotation safety system and ceramic bezel insert, keeps the movement — Oris’ 400 unit — safe at depths of up to 4 000 metres. The self-winding movement offers a power reserve of a whopping 120 hours. Adding to its diver’s watch aesthetic, the graduated blue dial features a printed wave structure. Excellent legibility is provided by Super-LumiNova luminence.