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Oris Divers Sixty-Five Topper Edition Watch Review

Right around the turn of 2015 when it seemed liked the watch industry as a whole was scouring its archives for inspiration and loading up on faux gilt and beige Super-LumiNova paints, Oris was already priming the Divers Sixty-Five – an obscure reference from the height of the Sixties, resurrected

Oris Chronoris Date Watch Hands-On

Originally released in 1970, the Oris Chronoris faithfully played the role of motorsports watch within Oris’ dense lineup of sports watches. Re-released a few years back as a retro-racing inspired chronograph, we now see a third version which fully embraces the watch world’s infatuation with all things vintage-inspired. The new Oris Chronoris Date

Oris Divers Sixty-Five 42mm Watch Hands-On

High on my list of favorite watches from Baselworld 2016 is the Oris Divers Sixty-Five 42mm (aka "Sixty-Five 42"). Sharing a few common traits with the previous smash-hit Divers Sixty-Five, this new 42mm model is a bit bigger and has an entirely different dial, with a more traditional dive watch

Oris Artelier Calibre 113 Watch

In the world of horology, the term "in-house" is generally associated with high-end luxury timepieces which are often exorbitantly priced, and this makes owning one a distant dream for many watch aficionados out there. But in recent times, a few brands including Oris seem to have acknowledged the situation and

Oris Hammerhead Limited Edition Watch

For the last two editions of Baselworld, Oris has taken mighty swings at their mid-century heritage, delivering the Diver Sixty-Five in 2015, and then a slew of vintage re-editions in the seasons that followed. For 2017, the independent Swiss watchmaker is ushering in a new generation with its core sports

Oris Aquis Depth Gauge Chronograph Watch Review

There are few activities that excite me as much as diving. So when Oris proposed to send me their Aquis Depth Gauge Chronograph reference 01 774 7708 4154-Set RS watch to accompany me on my annual diving trip (this year, in Key Largo, Florida) I could not wait to get

Oris Divers Sixty-Five Watch With Green Dial

First blue, and now green. Oris has fought the regular impulse to offer a black dial for the Oris Divers Sixty-Five 42mm watch, and instead has launched a new green-dialed version of their handsome vintage-inspired design. Green dial watches are rather uncommon, but Oris has elected for a deep green

Oris Royal Flying Doctor Service Limited Edition II Watch

Back in 2013, Oris first collaborated with Australia’s Royal Flying Doctors Service, with the product of their initial partnership being the Oris Royal Flying Doctor Service Limited Edition watch based on the 44mm dual-crown Big Pilot series. Now, the watchmaker and the non-profit aeromedical service providing airborne medical care for Australia’s vast