Oris, a century-old Swiss watchmaking brand, has joined hands to create the ORIS Aquis Red Sea Limited Watch in order to express its concern for the world’s top diving area Red Sea. For each watch sold, ORIS donates a fixed amount of money to RSEC for the ecological use of the Red Sea. With practical actions, it continues to support marine ecological conservation projects. The latest Aquis series maintains this precious seawater inlet, and Arouse the world’s cherished awareness of the earth’s resources.
Well-known actress Xie Xinying wears ORIS Red Sea Left Crown Limited Watch
Located between Africa and the Asian continent, the Red Sea of the Indian Ocean is not only one of the world’s top diving destinations, but also one of the most diverse ecosystems on the planet; more than 1,200 tropical marine life living under this underwater Gorgeous paradise; the balance and prosperity of this complex-structured ecosystem depend on the efforts of the RSEC Association.
Xie Xinying, who likes large surfaces, loves the bright red scale on the ORIS Aquis Red surface.
Male model wearing ORIS Artix analog moon phase and Artelier Jumping Hour watch and Xie Xinying elegant interpretation of ORIS
ORIS’s new Aquis Red Sea Limited Watch perfectly embodies the spirit of the RSEC Association. The Aquis diving watch has a unidirectional rotating upper ring, scale and second hand, painted with a strong bright red, which echoes the Red Sea. In order to combat the expansion and contraction of wetsuits under the influence of water pressure, ORIS has developed a sliding folding buckle that can quickly change the length of the strap without opening the buckle, ensuring that it can be easily adjusted and stabilized at any time according to the environment. Water-resistant to 30 times the atmospheric pressure of 300 meters, limited to 2,000 in the world, presented in a unique watch box group. Dedicated only to the fantasy red sea underwater world, the ORIS Red Sea Limited Watch is designed with ideals and persistence to create works with both taste and connotation.
ORIS Aquis Red limited watch fits the dual demands of diving enthusiasts and environmentalists
ORIS launches new Artix pointer moon periodic table
Committed to innovation and research and development of high-quality watches, ORIS is proud to introduce the new member of the Artix family, ORIS Artix Analog Moon Periodic Table; in the classic watch shape design, it is presented by hands, and the Moon Periodic Table is injected into the dial.
ORIS’s self-developed 761 calibre movement is a masterpiece of the brand’s strengths and technological development as an independent watch factory. The new Artix analog moon periodic table is another milestone in the development of watch functions. In addition to the traditional date display, the dial adds a moon periodic table and hands. The hands will move every half day to accurately indicate the moon cycle, completely subverting the previous display. Moon phase form.
ORIS’s new Artix pointer moon periodic table will be the best novelty collection for watch lovers of moon phases
The appearance of the Artix analogue periodic table of the moon, in order to be more comfortable to wear, has also been redesigned to make it more elegant and thinner. The lugs have a special bevel. The design of the two dials inside and outside also adds to its complex functionality. demand. Fluorescent-coated nickel-plated polished hands ensure that the watch can be easily read even under weak light sources. The stainless steel case washed by the chain not only maintains excellent precision but also increases its durability. The watch has a black calf Leather strap and stainless steel bracelet are available.
ORIS announces new Artelier timepiece
Being a traditional mechanical watch brand does not mean that there is no room for research and innovation. Committed to creating high-quality watches that are at the forefront of the times, ORIS is proud to announce a new Artelier time-hopping watch that incorporates a digital display time design.
The newest member of the Artelier family, the Artelier hour-jumping watch, displays the time in an unusual way, and breaks away from the ordinary central hour hand indicating frame. ORIS launched a functional design. .
The new Artelier timepiece, for you who are creative and uncommon
ORIS first introduced this kind of fine function, which is the essence of watchmaking technology. It only uses two counters to rotate minutes and seconds. Silver guilloché dial with protruding scales, fluorescent scales and polished hands, waterproof function 3 times the atmospheric pressure, multi-piece stainless steel case, crown. The elegant case structure and rounded sapphire crystal are delicately crafted. You can choose calfskin, alligator strap or metal chain strap according to your preference. The groundbreaking research and development in the ORIS series will further expand the Artelier family.