Oris Mens Watches
When the Oris Aquis Depth Gauge Watch was first launched, it impressed the world by being the only mechanical watch to measure depth without moving parts. Two years later, the famous Swiss watch brand came up with a new chronograph version of the timepiece, adding a new extremely useful feature to an already outstanding Swiss Designer Watches Online.
Capillary-style depth gauges are nothing new or particularly advanced, but they are simple and effective. Swiss Oris has managed to design one into one of its dive watches. The result is a mechanical watch with a non-electronic depth gauge that does not cost an arm and a leg. IWC and Jager-LeCoultre already proved to us that they can make those - and that is fantastic - but they were a complication for complication's sake because even if you choose to dive with a luxury watch, you probably aren't going to want to rely on it as your depth gauge.
In conclusion, following on using their first collaboration this year swiss Oris has once more partnered using the Australian Marine Conservation Society to issue a brand new special edition diver’s watch, area of the proceeds that will go for the protection and conservation from the Great Barrier Reef.
With the new Swiss Oris Williams Engine Date, the brand has found an equilibrium with a legible steel sport watch that won't look out of place in a pit lane. Oris has enjoyed a long-standing partnership with Willams F1 and the new Williams Engine Date is far from their first automotive themed watch. Using the same distinctive case design established by the previous Oris Williams models, the Oris Engine Date adds some dial skeletonization and detailing to further establish a connection with automotive designs.