At this year’s Geneva Watch Days, Oris introduces its most pressure resistant diver’s watch, the new AquisPro 4000. The titanium case of the novelty diver can withstand pressures up to 400bar, equivalent to 4,000 meters depth.
Loaded with cutting-edge patented Oris technology, the latest addition to the Aquis collection boasts a ceramic-inlaid bezel, enhanced by the Rotation Safety System co-developed with professional divers, securing the bezel in position. The azure rubber strap, equipped with a security folding clasp extension system, ensures effortless length adjustment while the watch is worn.
With an imposing 49.50mm diameter, the case comes with a closed back with engraved diver-relevant scales. Beneath, the Oris Calibre 400, a self-winding movement, operates with an impressive five-day power reserve, superior anti-magnetism properties, recommended 10-year service intervals, and a decade-long warranty.
The maritime-inspired theme extends to the blue gradient dial adorned with a wave motif, enhanced by Superluminova coating to ensure optimal legibility even at the abyssal depth of 4,000 meters. Pricing for the AquisPro 4000 is set at CHF 5,700, approximately equivalent $6,400 in USD at time of writing.
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