At this year’s Geneva Watch Day, Oris introduced its most pressure-resistant diver’s watch, the new AquisPro 4000. The titanium shell of the new diving machine can withstand pressure up to 400bar, equivalent to a depth of 4,000 meters.
Equipped with advanced patented Oris technology, the latest addition to the Aquis collection boasts a ceramic-inlaid bezel, enhanced by the Rotating Safety System co-developed with the professional divers, make sure the bezel is in the correct position. The blue rubber strap is equipped with a secure folding clasp extension system, ensuring easy length adjustment when wearing the watch.
Measuring an impressive 49.50mm in diameter, the case has a closed back with engraved diver-related scales. Below, the Oris Caliber 400, a self-winding movement, operates with an impressive five-day power reserve, superior anti-magnetic properties, a recommended service interval of 10 years, and a practice lasted for decades.
The nautical-inspired theme extends to the blue-graded dial decorated with a wave motif, enhanced by a Superluminova coating to ensure optimal legibility even at a depth of 4,000 meters . Pricing for the AquisPro 4000 is set at CHF 5,700, or about $6,400 in USD at the time of writing.