To celebrate the 40th anniversary of their aviation partner, the Blue Eagles Helicopter Display Team, Oris presents the Blue Eagles Limited Edition. Based on the watches from the BC4 aviation collection this watch is just as spectacular as the team’s displays. The shape of the case is unmistakably Oris BC4 but this model is bigger, bolder and the top ring and case back are coated in black DLC for a stand out look. The stainless steel case centre is silver, giving the watch a distinctive two colour, sandwich construction.
The full 24-hour display is a first for Oris and offers an invaluable full overview of the time. This central display is made possible by the new Cal. 653 movement developed by Oris. The day and night zones are marked in black and white for maximum readability. The second time zone is displayed on the moveable inner dial ring operated by the vertical crown at 2 o’clock. The Oris Quick Lock Crown system prevents accidental adjustments in a world where split second timing is essential.
Although limited to just 1969 pieces, this is where the limitations of the Oris Blue Eagles Limited Edition end. A genuine pilots’ watch: practical, robust and ready for action 24-hours a day. Just like the pilots who inspired it.
Oris Blue Eagles Limited Edition Ø 45.00mm
Ref. 653 7631 46 84 LS
Mechanical automatic movement
Centralised 24 hour and minute display, small second display at 9 o’clock
Date at 3 o’clock
Centralised second time zone
Stainless steel case secured with 7 screws
Top ring and case back black DLC coated
Case back with mineral glass
Sapphire glass domed on both sides with double anti-reflective coating
Moveable inner dial ring operated by vertical crown located at 2 o’clock
Stainless steel Quick Lock crown
Water resistant to 10 bar/100m
Black dial with applied indices and printed Superluminova numbers
Hands with luminous inlay
Limited to 1969 pieces
Limited edition number engraved at 9 o’clock
Black leather strap with contrasting stitching and special folding clasp
Presentation box set with flight instrument box, certificate and Blue Eagles crest