Paul Cattin and Georges Christian established Oris Aquis in the Swiss town of Hölstein. Oris, after a nearby brook, is the name given to their watch company. By the late 1960s, Oris had grown to become one of the world’s largest watch companies. The company creates its tools and machinery, and it also has an apprenticeship program. Oris is well-known for its use of a red winding rotor, which has become a brand signature. It is a sign of the passion with which it produces mechanical wristwatches. The Aquis Collection is one of Oris’ most notable watches.

The Oris Aquis collection covers a range of complications to meet the needs of all watch collectors. The collection is credited to the wellness of the ocean and contains watches such as the Oris Aquis Relief, Oris Aquis Hammerhead, and Oris Aquis Great Barrier Reef. The Oris Aquis Date, Oris Aquis GMT, and Oris Aquis chronograph are the most widely known complications.

Oris Aquis Depth Gauge

One of the best Oris Aquis watches for watersports lovers is the Oris Aquis Depth Gauge. Oris, known for its specialized diving watches, is pleased to introduce the Oris Aquis Depth Gauge. Oris, a leader in mechanical watch innovation, has used its knowledge, expertise, and artistry to create the first divers watch that measures depth by allowing water into the timepiece. This 48.50 mm patented wristwatch is unique in the world to use a specialized gauge built into the sapphire crystal to measure depth, allowing water to reach the watch.

 The case of this watch is made of multiple pieces of stainless steel, and the top ring has a ceramic minutes scale. It has an anti-reflective sapphire crystal. The dial is black, with luminous hands and indexes for the dial markers. It also has functions for hours, minutes, seconds, and date. The movement is mechanical automatic, Caliber Oris 733, with an SW 200-1 base and a 50m water resistance.

Oris AquisPro Calibre 400

The Oris AquisPro Date is equipped with an in-house Calibre 400 automatic movement and a 49.5mm titanium case. For maximum legibility, a yellow and white minutes scale is engraved into the scratch-resistant ceramic bezel. The AquisPro Date Calibre 400 is designed for professional divers and includes Oris’ proprietary Rotation Safety System, which locks the unidirectional rotating bezel in place. It has a 1000m water resistance.

Oris Dat Watt Limited Edition

Oris unveils a watch designed in collaboration with the Common Wadden Sea Secretariat and its operation to conserve the Wadden Sea, the world’s largest tidal system and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Its case is made of stainless steel and has a width of 43.50mm. Its movement is mechanical automatic, Caliber Oris 761, with a water resistance of 300m. It has a screw-in crown and an anti-reflective sapphire crystal. The dial is gradient blue/grey, with luminous hands and index dial markers. It also has functions for the hours, minutes, seconds, date, and moon phases.

Oris Aquis 41mm Cherry Dial

This amazing watch is distinguished by a novel material and finish combination. The most eye-catching feature is the sunray cherry red dial, which gives Aquis a stylish punch while also providing excellent legibility, which is extremely important in a diver’s watch. Its stainless steel bezel insert with a relief diving scale also stands out. This contributes to the watch’s subtle, under-the-radar appearance. Aside from these details, it’s a true diver’s watch, with 30 bar (300 m) water resistance, a uni-directional rotating bezel for accurately timing dives, a screw-down crown with protection, and a contoured three-link metal bracelet with Oris’ inventive clasp extension system.

Oris Whale Shark Limited Edition

The Oris Whale Shark Limited Edition, premised on the Oris Aquis GMT diver’s watch, is limited to 2,016 pieces to commemorate the year of the IUCN’s historic whale shark announcement. It has a 43.50mm case width, a stainless steel screw-in security crown, and a sapphire crystal. It has a blue dial with luminous hands and indexes, as well as dial markers. Its movement is powered by a mechanical automatic, Caliber Oris 798, with an SW 330-1 base. It has a 300m water resistance.

Oris Aquis Hangang Limited Edition

Oris’ quest to bring about positive change continues with a new collaboration with Seoul KFEM, a member of the Korean Federation of Environmental Movements. The watch has the same performance profile as the Oris Aquis diver’s watch and contributes to the Seoul KFEM’s visionary project to clean up the mighty Hangang River, which runs through the Korean capital. The watch’s production is limited to 2,000 pieces. The sapphire crystal is protected by a 43mm case width. The dial is green, with luminous hands and indexes. It has hour, minute, second, date, and rotating bezel functions. It is propelled by a mechanical automatic, Caliber Oris 743, with an SW 220-1 base. This watch is 300m water-resistant.

Takeaway

Oris has put together an excellent collection. They have the skill and heritage to back up that claim. The Oris Aquis watch is the most popular of all the watches they offer. It’s a brilliant diver that offers a lot of swag.

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