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The Oris Aquis Calibre 400 | The New Standard

Oris Aquis Calibre 400 Review [dropcap size=big]I[/dropcap]t is here. This is the unveiling. The first watch to get the newly announced Oris in-house Calibre 400 is the Oris Aquis Calibre 400, which is quite aptly named. A few weeks ago I was fortunate enough to have this watch and a sample movement encased in plastic sent for a first look and review, and while I only had it in hand long enough fo...

Hands-On With the Oris Aquis 41.5mm

Oris Aquis 41.5mm The Oris Aquis 41.5mm (and other sizes) is undoubtedly an extremely popular dive watch, not just within the Oris company, but across the board in the entire watch world, it has become a watch worn by countless watch collectors. It is no surprise considering that Oris is a very popular brand, especially since the early 2000s, and with the Aquis being almost a decade old in sold in...

Oris Divers Sixty-Five | Hands On Watch Review

Oris Divers Sixty-Five I’ve been a fan of Oris Watches for a long time. I’ve owned quite a few over the years as well. The Oris Big Crown Timer, the TT1 Diver and my personal favorite, the Aquis. Within the past few years, Oris has been bringing back some of their vintage designs from the 60’s (as many brands have been doing lately). One of them is the Oris Divers Sixty-Five line. This one that I ...

Oris Royal Flying Doctor Service Limited Edition II Goes Official

One of the world’s most renowned and finest quality watchmakers, Oris, has recently teamed up with the Royal Flying Doctor Service for a new limited edition watch named as the Oris Royal Flying Doctor Service Limited Edition II. The Royal Flying Doctor Service is one of the world’s most iconic aeromedical doctor services which offer primary health care and emergency services to people ...

Oris Williams F1 Team Limited Edition

Oris Williams F1 Team Limited Edition Brand new from Oris for 2013 is the latest chapter to the Williams F1 collection – a limited edition version. Oris has been a staunch supporter of Formula 1 racing since time immemorial. Oris started in Switzerland in 1904, a year when wristwatches were just coming into the fore. Through the brand’s spirit for ingenuity and an eye for trends, Oris was able to ...

Oris Atelier Worldtimer

There are certain high-end Swiss watches that I've always admired for their style and function, among them is the Ulysse Nardin GMT ± Perpetual. It's a travel watch in the tradition of the Rolex GMT Master, but with a neat twist: It has two buttons that increment or decrement the...

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