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Oris Dat Watt Limited Edition

Oris Dat Watt Limited Edition

The Dat Watt Limited Edition is a special watch. Its dial displays the lunar cycle and tidal range in the Northern Hemisphere via the Oris-developed Pointer Moon function, created for professional divers.

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Oris Aquis Pro Date

Oris Aquis Pro Date

Oris’s professional diver’s watch, the Aquis Pro Date, is the latest watch to be equipped with Oris’s in-house Calibre 400 movement. Designed to serve professional divers on saturation dives, it’s a highly technical tool.

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Explore Oris's diverse range of exceptional timepieces, all available to purchase at Watches of Switzerland.

Aviation Collection


Aviation has been a key inspiration for Oris since the early 20th century. One of the landmarks in the years since is the Big Crown design, introduced in 1938. Its spirit lives on in the high-functioning Big Crown ProPilot collection, a fresh interpretation of the original classic.

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Diving Collection


Oris has been creating stylish diver's watches since the 1960s. Today's collection of watches designed to perform in demanding underwater environments benefit from more than half a century of development and innovation.

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Motor Sport Collection

Motor Sport

The original Chronoris was released in 1970 and became Oris's first chronograph. Inspired by motor sport, it has become an iconic piece in the company's archive. It lives on in this contemporary model.

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Culture Collection


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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Oris: Introducing the Carl Brashear Calibre 401 Limited Edition (2021)

Oris introduces the third watch made in partnership with the Carl Brashear Foundation and the first powered by Oris’s in-house Calibre 401, a highly resistant five-day automatic.

Oris Watches

For over 115 years, Oris has been making purely mechanical watches in Hölstein, Switzerland. The symbol of Oris mechanicals is the red rotor - it's a sign of the natural power that fuels the watches, and a registered trademark. Comprised of four worlds: Culture, Diving, Aviation and Motor Sport, Oris watches are made for everyday wear and offer the luxury of common sense. That means Oris provides the best possible watch for the money, using useful complications and functional designs. Staying true to a rich heritage, Oris is one of the few Swiss watch companies to remain independently owned and operated.

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