Oris’s current collection is full of high-performance, fit-for-purpose mechanical watches. But when it came to choosing which model should carry our groundbreaking new Calibre 400, there was only one candidate.
The Oris Aquis Date. Around the world, the Aquis is recognised as an icon of contemporary diver’s watch design. Strong, reliable, versatile and equipped with a long list of functions, it is chosen by men and women from all walks of life who love watches.
The new Aquis Date, powered by Calibre 400, has a number of differences to the standard model. The first clue to what lies beneath are the words ‘5 days’ written on the gradient blue dial. The date window is also larger and the date disc is black, rather than white. On the reverse, the sapphire case back is the largest we’ve ever installed in an Aquis Date, so the view into the movement is as open as it can be.
At the same time, the watch is still water-resistant to 30 bar (300 metres), has a uni-directional rotating bezel with a scratchproof ceramic insert for safely timing dives, and SuperLumiNova® hands and indicies.
It’s also equipped with Oris’s newest patented development, the Quick Strap Change system, engineered so a bracelet or strap can be released simply by lifting a flap. No tools required. No jeweller required.
In short, the Oris Aquis Date Calibre 400 sets the new standard in diver’s watches.
Automatic winding date
Indices and hands Superluminova BGW9
Multi-piece stainless steel case, ceramic minutes scale top ring
Screwdown crown at 3 O'clock. Oris signed.
Sapphire, domed on both sides, anti-reflective coating inside
Multi-piece stainless steel metal bracelet, security folding clasp with extension