Introducing The Oris Aquis Date Relief (Live Pics & Pricing)
Continuing what has become something of a custom, Oris presents another of its mainstream Aquis plunge watches attached to a natural reason and with novel obvious prompts. In the past we’ve seen Hammerhead and Staghorn coral releases, the Clipperton version, and the Source of Life version. Today denotes the arrival of the Aquis Date Relief, which has the point of bringing issues to light for the significance of the Earth’s delicate inventory of freshwater (under 3% of the world’s water is “unsalted”), and attached to the endeavors of perseverance swimmer, Ernst Bromeis . The actual watch includes a sunburst dark dial, red seconds hand and, interestingly on an Aquis, an alleviation bezel.
The alleviation bezel is new to the Aquis family, however not to Oris.
It’s not difficult to get acclimated to the “causes” watch brands promote, and the bored among us may discount them as simple showcasing ploys. In any case, Oris has shown a consistency in adjusting itself to lesser known, yet no less significant ecological mindfulness endeavors rather than prominent “VIP driven” ones. Have you at any point known about Ernst Bromeis? Me not one or the other, however his work on freshwater mindfulness and the risks of contamination confronting it are deserving of help. This late spring, he intends to swim the 800-kilometer length of Lake Baikal in Russia, the world’s biggest lake (by volume).
OK, on to the watch. In spite of the fact that we haven’t seen a help bezel on an Aquis previously, Oris used to utilize this style on its old Big Crown jumpers of the 1990s, so this isn’t some “me as well” duplicate of a Yacht-Master. The combination of the radially completed record dial with fly of red, finished off with a steel bezel functions admirably on the adaptable Aquis stage. This may, indeed, be my #1 Aquis to date. The watch comes with one of two elastic lashes, red or dark, a steel arm band, or a dim cowhide tie. Actually, I think it works best on the red elastic, which I had the chance to take a stab at as of late at an Oris press review event.
The development inside is oneself winding Oris 733 (Selitta base) with a date window keenly situated at 6:00. The 43.5-millimeter steel case is large however Oris’ brand name squat drags make it fit in a way that is better than one may envision, however you’re left with their OEM ties. The Aquis Date Relief is water impervious to 300 meters, with a lot of edge for scuba plunging and surely fine for vast water perseverance swimming.
Short drags present the 43.5mm defense a comfortable fit on an assortment of wrists.
Model: Aquis Date Relief
Case Material: Stainless steel
Dial Color: Grey
Lume: Indices and hands are Super-LumiNova BG W9
Water Resistance: 30 bar (300 meters)
Strap/Bracelet: Stainless steel wristband, elastic lash (red or dark), or dim leather
The Selitta-based Oris cal. 733 drives the Aquis Date Relief.
Caliber: Oris 733 (Selitta base)
Functions: Hours, minutes, seconds, date window at six o’clock, pivoting passed time ring bezel
Power Reserve: 38 hours
Frequency: 4 Hz. (28,800vph)
Valuing & Availability
Price: Rubber: $1,800, Leather: $1,850, Bracelet: $2,000
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