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Oris Watches

Oris watches are made for those who are passionate about mechanical movements and who look for genuine and contemporary values with great designs. Creating only mechanical watches, the brand’s collection of both men’s and women’s timepieces is geared to fulfil consumer desires within the four worlds of culture, diving, aviation and motorsports.

Innovators in complications such as the Quick-Lock Crown and automatic movement, Oris watches continue to create high-performance movement and automatic calibres. Oris continues to break ground in the watchmaking field today, celebrating over 110 years of watchmaking. Oris's solid reputation is what makes it one of the most reliable and adored watch brands globally, an Oris watch is one to treasure.

Oris ProPilot x Calibre 400

Oris ProPilot x Calibre 400

The joy of mechanics comes to the fore in the new ProPilot X Calibre 400, a titanium-cased watch inspired by more than a century of aviation heritage and powered by Oris' five-day automatic.

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Oris Big Crown x Cervo Volante

Oris Big Crown x Cervo Volante

The Oris x Cervo Volante collaboration begins with three Big Crown Pointer Date watches. Each has a gradient dial inspired by Alpine hues and a strap made of sustainable deer leather.

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Gift With Purchase

For a limited time only, buy any timepiece priced £1,000* or more from a selection of our luxury watch brands and receive a fine leather Montblanc notebook. Buy any timepiece for over £2,000* and you will receive a luxury Montblanc pen - with our compliments. Terms & conditions apply.

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The Collections

Oris Aviation Collection

Aviation

Aviation is a key inspiration for Oris. The World of Aviation range is built up of a collection of pioneering ProPilot watches, with pilots and others who value the ProPilot's cockpit-ready functionality and aesthetic.

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Oris Culture Collection

Culture

The classic Artelier collection embodies the spirit of Oris, the heritage of the brand and its longstanding commitment to innovation and development within the watchmaking industry.

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Oris Diving

Diving

Designed to meet the high demands of the world of professional diving, these Oris watches have been built with strength and exceptionally high-quality materials to ensure that they’re suitable for extreme sports.

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Oris Rectangular Collection

Rectangular

The Oris Rectangular returns to the fore with new proportions, a new dial design, and peppy dial and leather strap options to fit every season.

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THE HISTORY OF ORIS WATCHES

Founded by Paul Cattin and George Christian in 1904 in the Swiss town of Hölstein, Oris first created wristwatches in 1925. In 1938, Oris watches introduced its first watch for pilots, featuring a big crown to enable its wearers to easily change the setting whilst wearing gloves.

1952 saw the first Oris automatic watch with a power reserve indicator and a patented mechanism. 1991 saw another huge pioneering achievement when the Calibre 581 was released, featuring a moon-phase module. Thirteen years later, the Quick Lock Crown system was launched, requiring only one single clockwise turn to secure it.

2013 saw the release of Oris ProDiver Pointer Moon. Influenced by Oris watches’ dedication to diving, this was the world’s first mechanical watch to show both the lunar cycle and the tidal range.

In recent years, Oris has partnered with the Australian Marine Conservation Society to protect and preserve the Great Barrier Reef and also joined forces with the Common Wadden Sea Secretariat as part of Oris’ Change for the Better campaign. The company has launched limited-edition watches to support and raise awareness for these causes, including the Oris Aquis- Dat Watt Limited Edition men’s watch.

WHY CHOOSE AN ORIS WATCH

Owning an Oris watch is a statement in the appreciation of beautiful and high-performance innovations. Made to last and built around the company’s rich history, they showcase a dedication to new movements and stylish designs.

When you choose an Oris watch, you are investing in a high-quality timepiece, created solely with genuine mechanical components. With such a large collection of both men’s and women’s watches for sale, there’s a style for every wearer, all aesthetically beautiful and highly functional.

With Oris’ commitment to helping protect our environment, watch owners know they’re as dedicated to preserving our planet as they are to creating only the best high-calibre watches.

CARING FOR YOUR ORIS WATCH

Built to last, an Oris watch can be treasured for a lifetime if it’s looked after. Follow these simple steps to ensure your new watch remains in perfect condition:

  • Clean dials, metal bracelets and rubber straps with soapy water and dry with a cloth, particularly if your watch has been exposed to salt from the sea.
  • Avoid exposure to cleaning products and cosmetics.
  • Try and avoid your watch being too close to large electronic devices that might interfere with the mechanisms.
  • Try not to leave your watch in extreme temperatures for a long period (below -5°C or above 60°C).
  • Depending on use, have your Oris watch serviced every few years to ensure all mechanisms are working correctly and to protect its longevity.
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