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Oris Aquis Date Relief
The Oris Aquis Date Relief is a high-performance diver’s watch inspired by Oris’s quest to raise awareness of the importance of water. Its dial colour reflects the colour of stormy seas, and it features a new bezel design with a minutes scale in relief. Oris is proud to be supporting expedition swimmer and water ambassador Ernst Bromeis, who’ll be wearing the watch for his ‘The Blue Miracle’ campaign swim across Lake Baikal.
Oris and expedition swimmer Ernst Bromeis are going their own way to raise awareness of the importance of water, with the release of the Oris Aquis Date Relief, a high-quality diver’s watch. Oris is proud to announce a new partnership with the swimmer and water ambassador Ernst Bromeis, a man who has already swum the length of the Rhine and is now working on ‘The Blue Miracle’, a series of swims that will form a campaign to raise awareness of water. These will start with an 800km swim across the world’s largest freshwater lake, Lake Baikal. The swim will take him 60 days and the water will measure a chilly 12 degrees Celsius.
The Oris Aquis Date Relief is inspired by the colour and feeling of water. The grey dial recalls the colour of a stormy sea, while the watch’s signature diving scale numerals in relief are a reminder of the texture of water, as well as its elemental role in all life.
A high-performance watch
A high-performance watch designed to perform in demanding underwater environments benefits from more than half a century of development and innovation. The watch shares its architecture and performance values with the Oris Aquis Date. It has a 43.50 mm (1.713 inches) Stainless steel case with a uni-directional rotating diver’s bezel and is water-resistant to 30 bar (300
It comes on a choice of straps or a metal bracelet, and
ORIS GREAT BARRIER REEF LIMITED EDITION III
Oris returns to the Great Barrier Reef with a third limited edition watch, this time introduced as part of the independent Swiss watch company’s new series, The Oceans Project, aimed at raising awareness of the many threats to the health of the world’s oceans. The new watch, which is based on Oris’s high-performance Aquis diver’s watch, will directly support the coral planting activities of Reef Restoration Foundation, an Australian non-profit. It features a gradient blue dial, a blue ceramic bezel insert
Gradient blue dial
The Oris Great Barrier Reef Limited Edition III is a high-performance diver’s watch and a symbol of Oris’s mission to clean up our oceans and bring change for the better. The Great Barrier Reef Limited Edition III has been created in partnership with the Reef Restoration Foundation, a non-profit social enterprise founded in 2016. In partnership with the foundation, Oris has created the Great Barrier Reef Limited Edition III, a diver’s watch based on the legendary Oris Aquis. The new model, limited to 2,000 pieces, has a gradient blue dial and an aqua blue ceramic insert in its uni-directional rotating diver’s bezel, recalling the colours of the reef waters. Inside its 43.50 mm stainless steel case is an automatic movement that provides it with a small seconds and a circular date window. It’s water-resistant to 30 bar (300 metres)
ORIS CLEAN OCEAN LIMITED EDITION
As part of its mission to ‘Go Your Own Way’, Oris is striving to bring change for the better by behaving in a more ecologically friendly way. As well as introducing more sustainable materials and manufacturing techniques, it also means raising awareness. The Oceans Project is at the forefront of that ambition, highlighting the threat posed to the world’s oceans by plastic. The Clean Ocean Limited Edition is based on the high-functioning Oris Aquis diver’s watch. Each of the 2,000 pieces created carries a unique medal made of recycled plastic inserted into the case back.
Taking out the trash
Oris is proud to introduce the Clean Ocean Limited Edition, a watch made in partnership with a pioneering new ocean conservation organization turning plastic into energy. The new partnership with Pacific Garbage Screening, a pioneering young organisation that’s developing technology that will help keep the world’s water clean by capturing plastic before it enters the ocean. To highlight the partnership, Oris is also introducing the Clean Oceans Limited Edition, a version of the high-performance Aquis diver’s watch. It’s water-resistant to 30 bar (300 metres), and comes with a gradient blue dial and a uni-directional rotating bezel with an aqua blue ceramic insert, symbolising the beauty and importance of water. A further symbol of what the watch represents comes in the form of a medallion made of recycled PET plastic set into the watch’s case back. Each of the 2,000 pieces produced will be presented in special boxes made of environmentally friendly algae with recycled plastic inlays.
ORIS AQUIS GMT DATE
For the first time, the ceramic bezel insert on Oris’s high-performance Aquis GMT diver’s watch is laser-engraved with a 24-hour time scale. This means that the watch can display the time in three time zones simultaneously – one via the central hands; a second via the additional GMT central hand; and a third by aligning the bezel with the central hour hand. The rugged stainless steel watch’s features include crown protection, an extending safety clasp, and water resistance to 30 bar (300
Also Oris updated alot of other models for this year. You can find all the information at https://www.oris.ch/en/baselworld