Oris is a Swiss manufacturer of exclusively mechanical watches that punches well above its weight in terms of value, quality and soul. Oris also has a legitimate connection to Australia through a number of limited edition watches, released ion conjunction with the Australian Flying Doctor Service and the Australian Marine Conservation Society.

"Watch & Act!" Auction Item – Lot 2: The hardest Oris to get on earth?

Hodinkee's extraordinary run of sold-out limited edition models only became more of a water-cooler conversation topic when the 250-run of the Oris Divers Sixy-Five Limited Edition for Hodinkee was released, to be sold out in less than 10 minutes. The team generously offer one of their own brand new archive models of the highly sought Limited Edition to the 'Watch & Act!' Auction.   Modelled after a design originally created by Oris in 1965, the Divers Sixty-Five model was introduced…

This Oris Aquis Depth Gauge isn't trying to be a vintage dive watch

Editor's note: The last couple of years have seen a very distinct trend with the majority of Swiss watchmakers — the rise of the re-edition. You know what I'm talking about: re-edition, re-creation, reinterpretation … whatever you want to call it, vintage-inspired watches are the vogue right now. And I get it, a watchmaker looking to its past to help forge a bright future is great, and consumers get to purchase watches with real antiquated charm and flair, without trawling…

INTRODUCING: The Oris Big Crown ProPilot Calibre 114

As they did with their Calibre 111, Oris have chosen Baselworld to debut their latest in-house produced movement, with the Calibre 114, in their ever popular ProPilot collection, being launched at Basel 2018. It's the fifth Oris-made movement to be introduced into their catalogue since 2014. This one comes with all the fun of the Calibre 111 and adds a GMT hand to the centre of the dial. Because, really, what better complication is there for a pilot's watch? Vital…

INTRODUCING: The Oris Divers Sixty-Five Bi-Colour – a bronze and steel option in 40mm and 36mm

Without a doubt, the standout hit for Oris in recent years has been the Divers Sixty-Five, and for good reason, mind you. First released in 2015, it remained faithful to its inspiration – a model from (you guessed it) 1965 – and nailed the vintage vibe. Instantly becoming a crowd-favourite, and quickly followed up by different dial variations with applied dot and baton indices and a 42mm case, as well as bronzed beauties like the Carl Brashear limited editions. Now…

INTRODUCING: The Oris Big Crown Pointer Date in blue and the brand new 36mm version available in both steel and bronze

The pointer date is one of Oris' most recognisable complications. Making its debut in 1938, it wasn't until it was reintroduced in 1984 that it became a regular part of the catalogue. Paired with another of Oris' signature designs, the heritage-inspired Big Crown pilot's watch, Baselworld 2018 sees a couple of fresh-faced dials, as well as a 36mm version cased in two very different metals, added to the family. Vital statistics What we have are two versions of the same design, one…

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