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The Oris Divers Sixty-Five, an instant classic

Now really you shouldn’t be that surprised with the title of this article.  After all the Oris Divers Sixty-Five was a classic back in it’s day so no one is really shocked that it’s still turning heads in horological circles at least. 442 more words

Oris TT1 Day Date

In 2003, Oris began a partnership with legendary British motor sport team Williams Formula 1 and now the independent Swiss watch brand is now Williams’s longest serving partner. 227 more words

Oris Big Crown Pointer Date

The iconic Oris Big Crown Pointer Date watch symbolises the independent Swiss company’s long and illustrious history. This year, the brand presents new versions of this legendary watch with  aesthetic features and specifications specially suited for both stylish men and women. 461 more words

Oris Artelier Skeleton 33mm Ladies’ Watch

The new Artelier Skeleton 33mm ladies’ watch boasts a beautiful face with the skeletonised part of the dial complemented by fluid, classically shaped hands and a silver guilloché dial ring with polished hour markers. 230 more words

Oris Artix GT Chronograph

The new Chronograph model from Oris Artix GT collection is distinguished by its technical-looking form, which feels sculpted and muscular, but also fluid and refined, like a modern race car. 218 more words

Oris Artix GT Day Date

The newly redesigned and relaunched Oris Artix GT watch takes inspiration from a modern high performance sports car. The watch’s sleek, toned profile makes it look fast even when it’s standing still, a quality enhanced by its sculpted frame and fluid lines, and the texture created by the case and bezel’s blend of brushed and polished finishes. 199 more words

Oris Artelier Pointer Day Date

The pointer complication was introduced by Oris in 1938 and has since become one of the independent Swiss company’s signatures. In the Oris Artelier Pointer Day Date it’s been subtly employed to indicate the day of the week via a red-tipped central hand. 255 more words