Oris, a company well-known for their functional dive watches, has recently released the new Aquis Orange.
In my opinion, the Aquis Orange can definitely be defined as a serious dive watch for the diver that doesn't take themselves too seriously. The orange strap is made completely out of rubber and is paired with a clasp whose black PVD coating matches that of the case. On the subject of the case, it is 43mm in diameter, and water resistant to 300m. For maximum legibility against the black dial, the hands and hour markets are both filled with orange superluminova. The 0-15 markers on the bezel are also orange and the bezel inlay complements the dial nicely. Sandwiched between the dial and caseback is the Oris Cal. 733, a movement based off of the Sellita SW 200-1. Besides the time, this movement also has a date display located at six o'clock. The MSRP is 1,750 CHF, which translates to approximately $1,700 USD. Overall, it's another very strong offering from Oris and it will fit nicely with other watches from the Aquis collection. You can find the watch on Oris' website here.
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