Oris Aquis Big Day Date with Blue Sunray Dial

The Oris Aquis Big Day Date is a stylish diver’s watch that offers high-performance and crossover appeal. The current Aquis line is designed to be more streamlined and sophisticated, so that while it serves as a dependable underwater companion, it’s also comfortable slipping under a cuff.

The new Aquis models have a small gap between the case and bezel that has been carefully engineered so that it’s easier to grip and adjust the uni-directional rotating bezel.

The Aquis Big Day Date comes with a 45.50mm stainless steel case water resistant to 50 bar (500 metres), a deep blue dial, a scratch-resistant black ceramic bezel insert, a Swiss Made automatic movement with oversized day and date indications, and on either a stylish dark brown leather strap, a blue or black rubber strap, or a stainless steel metal bracelet.

Technical details
Ref. No. 01 752 7733 4135 LS, Ø 45.50 mm

Movement
Automatic movement Oris Cal. 752 based on Sellita SW 220-1, with big day and date windows at 3 o’clock

Case
Multi-piece stainless steel case with screw-in security crown and crown protection
Water-resistant to 50 bar/500m
Diver’s uni-directional rotating bezel with black ceramic inlay with 60-minute timer and zero marker filled with Super-LumiNova®
Sapphire crystal domed on both sides with anti-reflective coating inside
Screwed case back with see-through mineral crystal

Dial
Blue sunray dial with applied indices filled with Super-LumiNova®. Nickel hour and minute hands filled with Super-LumiNova®
Nickel second hand with ‘lollipop’ insert filled with Super-LumiNova®

Strap
Dark brown leather strap with sliding-sledge folding clasp with extension, blue or black rubber strap with Oris-developed safety anchor and quick adjust, sliding-sledge folding clasp with extension. Also available with stainless steel bracelet with extension

Price
Swiss retail price CHF 2,000 on a strap, CHF 2,200 on stainless steel bracelet

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