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AQUIS

The Aquis collection of diver’s watches offers real-world functionality in an innovative package, through a combination of considered design, high-performance materials, and fit-for-purpose functions.

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BIG CROWN

Oris began making pilot’s watches in the 1910s, the dawn of aviation and has pioneered ever since. The Big Crown, a signature design, was first introduced in 1938, and continues to inspire the collection today.

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DIVERS

The Divers Sixty-Five looks back to Oris’s first divers watches, particularly an iconic 1965 model. Under their vintage aesthetic, the new pieces are engineered using state-of-the-art manufacturing techniques.

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PROPILOT


The Big Crown ProPilot offers function-based design at its most successful. The collection is full of pioneering watches, aimed at pilots who value the ProPilot’s cockpit-ready functionality and aesthetic.

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RECTANGULAR


The elegant Rectangular takes its name from its tall, broad-shouldered case shape, and is a fine example of Oris’s long-held passion for traditional watchmaking.

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ARTELIER


The classic Artelier collection embodies Oris’s commitment to heritage and innovation. It’s home to a suite of in-house developed calibres and versatile designs that will slip under any cuff, however formal.

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HISTORY OF ORIS


Oris is founded by Paul Cattin and Georges Christian in the Swiss town of Hölstein. They named their new watch company Oris, after a nearby brook.

Since 1904 Oris have been crafting watches in Switzerland. One of the few Swiss watch companies that remain independent and privately owned.

Their watches are all purely mechanical and marked out by their distinctive design. Not one single battery-powered watch leaves the Oris workshop. As an integrated manufacturer Oris produces its own watch escapements from 1938. The company employs many highly skilled watchmakers, becoming one of the first employers to offer equal opportunities to both men and women.

The symbol of Oris mechanicals is the red rotor – it is a sign of the natural power that fuels their watches, and a registered trademark. Oris watches offer the luxury of common sense.

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