This watch from the ProPilot collection is equipped with a complication very useful for pilots: A second time zone. In addition, the Oris movement 748 features also a small second and an enlarged date.
Known affectionately as ‘the watch with a hole’, the Aquis Depth Gauge uses the scientific principles of the Boyle-Mariotte Law to create a gauge that clearly measures depth during a dive. The patented system works by allowing water through a hole cutint o the sapphire crystal at 12 o’clock and into a channel milled around the outer edge of the crystal. This creates a watermark that corresponds to a gauge clearly indicated in yellow on the dial.
The new model captures and refines the spirit and functional ity of the original, delivering even higher performance when it really matters deep below the ocean surface.
The result of extensive research and collaborative thinking, the Oris Aquis is a fully functional watch series that doesn’t compromise on style, and is as at home in the urban jungle as it is deep beneath the waves. Oris Aquis, 36.50 mm, 1.437 inches, Stainless steel.
Oris continues its proud watchmaking tradition by officially unveiling Artelier Calibre 113, the fourth in the company’s series of highly innovative, high-functioning watches powered by in-house developed movements. Calibre 113 shares the same base architecture as Oris Calibres 110, 111 and 112, but features a novel business calendar, showing the day, date, week and month of the year. Oris Artelier, 43.00 mm, 1.693 inches, Stainless steel.