Oris is an independent Swiss company that produces some of the world’s most innovative diver’s watches, with pioneering functions that make a real contribution to a diver’s kit bag.
Now the brand unveils new Aquis Date, a high-spec mechanical diving watch that features a luxurious and eye-catching bezel inlay made of a material called cermet, a metal and ceramic alloy that combines the structural integrity of ceramic with the allure of gold. It has the lightweight, scratch-resistant properties that have made ceramic such a popular material choice in luxury diver’s watches, and also the dressy, summer-party looks of an evening wear watch.
Rose gold-plated hands and indices and a white rubber strap complete the glamorous look. Its 36mm stainless steel case is water-resistant to 30 bar/300 metres, and that bezel only rotates in an anticlockwise direction, a safety feature that guarantees a diver can never inadvertently extend the dive time.
The Aquis Date is powered by an automatic mechanical movement based on SW 200-1 calibre. The movement, complete with Oris’s signature Red Rotor, is visible through a sapphire crystal case back.
Model: Oris Aquis Date
Ref. No. 733 7652 4356 RS, Ø 36.00mm
Oris automatic mechanical movement Cal. 733, based on SW 200-1, with date at 6 o’clock
Multi-piece stainless steel case
Water resistance to 30 bar/300m
Diver’s unidirectional revolving bezel with golden cermet inlay and five minute scale
Screw-in stainless steel crown
See through crystal case back
Sapphire crystal domed on both sides and with anti-reflective coating inside
White dial with applied indices and rose-gold plated hands, both with white
White rubber strap with folding clasp. Also available with stainless steel bracelet
Swiss Retail Price: CHF 1,600.00