A mechanical watch represents beauty and emerges according to principles that have been handed down for many generations and will continue to be valid in the future.Oris is proud of its history and legacy - a tradition they never forget when new movements are developed and designed. An Oris timepiece is an object of lasting value that should give you a lifetime of enjoyment.
The Aquis collection of diver’s watches offers real-world functionality in an innovative package, through a combination of considered design, high-performance materials and fit-for-purpose functions.
The classic Artelier collection embodies Oris’s commitment to heritage and innovation. It’s home to a suite of in-house developed calibres and versatile designs that will slip under any cuff, however formal.
Oris began making pilot’s watches in the 1910s at the dawn of aviation and has pioneered in the field ever since. The Big Crown, one of Oris’s signature designs, was first introduced in 1938, and continues to inspire the collection today.
The original Chronoris was released in 1970 and became Oris’s first chronograph. Inspired by motor sport, it has become an iconic piece in the company’s archive. It lives on in this contemporary model.
The Divers Sixty-Five looks back to Oris’s first diver’s watches, particularly an iconic 1965 model. Under their vintage aesthetic, the new pieces are engineered using state-of-the-art manufacturing techniques.
The ProDiver is the definitive professional diver’s watch. It brings innovative functions such as the Oris-patented RSS bezel-locking system and 100-bar/1,000-metre water-resistance to the underwater world.
Oris first partnered with the iconic Williams Formula 1 Team in 2003. The collection carrying the team name was launched in 2015 to bring the speed, power and technology of a Williams racecar to a wristwatch.