The new Aquis Titanium Date has a case and bezel made of lightweight titanium, a hard-wearing material that gives the classic Aquis an extra level of performance, as well as a darker, more brooding look.
Oris’s Big Crown ProPilot Timer GMT is a true pilot’s watch. As well as a second time zone indicated by a red-tipped central hand, it has a bi-directional rotating bezel designed for accurately timing events. Among the watch’s many details are a fabric strap made out of a hard-wearing material first created for the British Royal Air Force during the Second World War called Ventile®, and an update to Oris’s inventive ‘Lift’ seat-belt-insipred clasp, which no longer needs to be folded to be secured. The case of the ProPilot has also been redesigned to offer a slimmer, more ergonomic profile. A watch designed for adventures in the skies.
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 metres).
The Oris Artelier Pointer Day Date is one of Oris’s signature designs. The pointer function was first introduced into an Oris watch in 1938 and here indicates the day of the week. It sits in the elegant Artelier case, a versatile, timeless design with a streamlined, stylish silhouette. Oris Artelier, 40.00 mm, 1.575 inches, Stainless steel.