Oris New Diving Watch Interpretation Of The Story Of The Water

At this year’s Basel watch fair, Oris launched a new AquisRelief calendar watch. This new model is a new wristwatch created by Oris and the wild adventure swimmer ErnstBromeis to jointly promote water conservation. Ernst and photographer MauriceHaas brought the OrisAquisRelief calendar watch to Lake Baikal in preparation for his ‘Blue Miracle’ swimming event in 2019. This new timepiece has the classic design and excellent performance of the OrisAquis diving watch, bringing us a different underwater story. (Watch model number: 0173377304153-0752411EB)

  The watch is inspired by the color and feel of the water. The gray dial is reminiscent of the stormy sea, the silver-white scale, like crystal water droplets, shines the light of life. Oris, in its own way, uses water as inspiration, reminding us to value and protect water resources.

Watch real shot

  The shape of the new watch follows the classic design of the Oris diver’s watch. The 43.5 mm diameter case is made of stainless steel and the sides are brushed. The bezel is equipped with a unidirectional rotating diving bezel, which is water-resistant to 300 meters.

  The stainless steel screw-in crown protects the inside of the watch. The crown is engraved with the Oris name ‘Oris’. The non-slip texture design surrounds it, making it easy to grip and not slippery.

  The gray disk is inspired by the stormy sea surface, and is decorated with solar radiation patterns, which can show a gradual effect in different light. With silver-white scale, the scale and hands are covered with Super-LumiNova®, which is convenient for reading time in the dark. The second hand is specially designed to be red, reminding us of the importance of protecting water. A date display window at 6 o’clock adds practical functions.

  The watch has a variety of different straps to choose from, including stainless steel straps, tape and belts, you can choose according to your preference.

  The movement is equipped with a Swiss-made self-winding mechanical movement, which provides the watch with a central hours, minutes and seconds display and calendar function. The power reserve is 38 hours.

  Oris’ new AquisRelief calendar watch is priced at 14,800 yuan for steel straps and RMB 13,200 for other strap models. Oris’s new product this year continues the classic design of diving watches, but its significance also needs our attention to remind us to protect water resources.

  The above is the latest cutting-edge information of the 2019 Basel International Watch and Jewellery Show brought by the Watch House. Next, we will provide more and more exciting exhibition reports, so stay tuned.

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