The Oris Aquis Date lasts long like the depth and space of the seas it is tied to. This watch is the product of years of extensive research and cross-pollination of ideas. This watch is packed with functions without sacrificing style. The charm of the watch remains the same in the boardroom, in the deeps of tropical jungles, and the deep blue sea. The movement of this watch is automatic or self-winding.
Let’s start with the Oris Regulateur. This unique member of the Oris Aquis collection is built priority placed on safety, under and above water. The Regulateur movement and the centralised ‘Der Meistertaucher’ minute display, combine to make this watch the hallmark of safety specifications.
It is water-resistant up to 300 metres or 30 bars. The hands and indices are inlaid with Superluminova, which ensures that you can always read and keep track of the time, even in the deepest and darkest parts of the water. It measures as 43.5mm in diameter and fully made from stainless steel. The movement of this watch is automatic or self-winding. In other words, the motions of the wearer spin a rotor that keeps the power reserve charged and keeps the watch working optimally. The dials are blue while the bracelet is also made from stainless steel.
Oris Aquis Depth Gauge pushes the limits of what is or should be possible for a diving watch. Oris already has a great reputation in producing dependable diving watches. This watch goes further, employing insights from previous models and collections, improved expertise and craftsmanship. The result is a watch that allows water in without compromising itself. By allowing water in, it is able to measure the depth of the water accurately. You not only get a timepiece with the Oris Aquis Depth Gauge, but a device that tells how deep you’ve gone.
This watch is one of a kind and patented to keep things that way. You’re not getting this class of innovation elsewhere. The unique gauge that measures water depth is built into the sapphire crystal to allow water into the watch without affecting other parts. This is a design masterpiece. We can’t forget the Oris Aquis Date Relief. This watch may not be able to read depth, but it serves a higher moral calling that speaks about the importance of water.
Oris’ Top Performance
This performance-driven watch features colours on its dial that remind one of the turbulent seas. It features a bezel design with minutes scale in its relief, hence the name. This watch supports several successful swimmers and water protection ambassadors such as Ernst Brommels. He wore this watch for his campaign swim across Lake Baikal, themed, ‘The Blue Miracle.’ Let’s close with the Oris Aquis Titanium Date. Made from strong materials that give it characteristic ruggedness and durability, it remains light, functions optimally, and works well for divers.
The case which protects the movement and the bezel are made from titanium, which is lightweight, yet strong, and even stronger than stainless steel. It is also hypogenic and gives the watch a greying sheen that is pleasant above water level, and glimmers below sea level. This tough material gives the Oris Aquis Titanium its distinctive classic appeal while having a dark and mysterious look.