The furthest down the line expansion to the wide scope of jumper’s watches created by Oris is the Aquis Small Second Date Blue Dial.
Water impervious to 50 bar (500 mt/1650 feet), the new Oris watch is portrayed by a shining sunray blue dial with a small second sub-dial at 9 o’clock.
The small-second capacity is regularly preferred by jumpers in light of the fact that while it shows that the watch is working, it doesn’t mess the dial or decrease clarity.
The applied files and nickel hands are treated with white Super-LumiNova. As the name of the watch proposes, the dial likewise incorporates the date sign at 6 o’clock.
The general plan of the hardened steel case is uniquely manly with a size of 46 mm and a huge screw-down crown. The thick and scratch safe sapphire gem is domed on the two sides, and treated with an enemy of intelligent covering within to decrease glare and improve intelligibility. The screwed hardened steel case back is advanced by a meter to feet transformation scale.
The unidirectional pivoting bezel includes a scratch-safe dark earthenware trim and white planning scale.
The Aquis Small Second Date is fueled by the Oris 743 type, a programmed mechanical development – Oris doesn’t utilize quartz developments in any of its watches – in view of the Sellita SW 220-1 and beating at 28,800 vibrations each hour with a force hold of 38 hours.
The Oris Aquis Small Second Date has a cost of Swiss Francs 1,980/Euro 1,850 with a dark elastic tie (ref. 01 743 7673 4135-07 4 26 34EB) or Swiss Francs 2,200/Euro 2,050 with a hardened steel arm band (ref. 01 743 7673 4135-07 8 26 01PEB). oris.ch