The Aquis Date is a classic looking dive watch that boasts a case, bezel and bracelet made of stainless steel, the ultra-rugged metal that gives the timepiece an extra level of performance, along with a gleaming polish that gets better with the patina of age. Oris's designers have given the case an elegant, fluid profile that means not only is the watch practical underwater, it's also comfortable transitioning to both casual and formal occasions on dry land.
$2,000 by Oris
The pointer calendar movement has been an Oris favorite for more than 70 years. And this latest iteration is a striking combination of modern and vintage aesthetics, which result in a versatile watch that is at once sporty, rugged and traditional enough to be worn with anything in your wardrobe. With a bubble-domed sapphire glass for extreme shock and scratch resistance, a brushed metal case and a classic leather band, it can handle anything you throw at it.
$1,600 by Oris
A classic design revived from the Oris archive, this is a modernized version of the iconic diver's watch that was introduced half a century ago. The Divers Sixty-Five can be configured in multiple styles and shares the throwback looks of the original. This environmentally-friendly take is breaking new ground by introducing a strap engineered from recycled plastic. The material used in the handsomely striped woven strap is called r-Radyarn, which is made from post-consumer recycled polymer. The versatile material, never before used in luxury watchmaking, not only removes the need for further natural resources, but the solution dyeing process saves both water and energy consumption.
$2,100 by Oris