For this year’s Geneva Watch Days, Oris has unveiled a new AquisPro with an upgraded technical specification, a unique Aquis Date model in partnership with Bracenet, and two elegant Artelier S models.
Capable of submerging in deeper waters than ever, the new AquisPro 4000m is as its name suggests, geared with 4000 meters of water resistance. Equipped with the watchmaker’s patented technology, the diver watch comes in a multi-piece titanium case and is paired with a lockable Rotation Safety System bezel with a deep blue ceramic bezel insert.
The dial features a blue fumé with a wave-like pattern, accompanied by lume-filled indices and a handset. Beating inside is the high-performance in-house Caliber 400, an automatic movement geared with 120 hours of power reserve. Paired with a rubber strap in a complementing bright blue hue, the AquisPro 4000m is now available via Oris for $6,200 USD.
Oris X Bracenet Aquis Date
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The Oris X Bracenet Aquis Date watch marks the watch brand’s new partnership with the namesake social enterprise, whose focus is on offering wearable accessories crafted from upcycled ghost fishing nets. Offered in 43.5mm and 36.6mm case sizes, the watches each arrive in a unique upcycled ghost fishing net dial, where no two references are the same.
In terms of movement, the watch operates on the Oris 733 automatic caliber, which comes with 38 hours of power reserve and 300 meters of water resistance. Both options retail for $2,600 USD and will be released in September.
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Going more the minimalist route, the Artelier S features a clean and elegant dial design, where only the minute track, baton-type hands, and logo are present. Housed in a smooth, multi-piece stainless steel case, the watches measure 38mm in diameter and are powered by the Oris 733 automatic-winding caliber. Two colorways are offered, spanning a forest green dial with dark brown straps, and a deep black dial with a tonal leather strap. Priced at $2,200 USD, the Artelier S models are now available for purchase via Oris.
Elsewhere in watches, Girard-Perregaux will be dropping a stealthy Laureato Absolute Chronograph 8Tech in October.
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