There’s no rejecting that Oris has a united foundation in jumping watches. While late presentations have been more “lifestyle” (yet excellent) watches, the brand makes a comeback to tough, professional-arranged, reason assembled watches today. A development of Oris’ high-execution ProDiver watch, made for professional divers, this new piece demonstrates that a chronograph can be a legitimate jumping instrument as well. Make proper acquaintance with the Oris Dive Control Limited Edition, highlighting a viable security gadget for the bezel and a water-opposition of “just” 1,000m.
The combination of a chronograph and a dive watch has consistently been viewed as rather unimportant. Not that this capacity can’t be helpful for a diver – it really bodes well – yet a chronograph is, inherently, a watch with different openings in its case… and that isn’t the best circumstance for a dive watch. Nonetheless, Oris accepts that a jumping chronograph is significant and demonstrates it with this new Dive Control Limited Edition and its strong, super waterproof case.
Design-wise, this new model depends on the other ProDiver watches effectively in the assortment. It implies a weighty instance of 51mm – yet still kind of wearable, as the hauls are amazingly short – and full dark clothing, with a titanium case and PVD covering. The dial likewise depends on the usual wave design out of sight and various yellow accents on the dial and pushers.
Being a strong jumping watch, the Oris Dive Control Limited Edition includes a screw-in crown and screwed pushers, just as a plain titanium caseback and a programmed helium get away from valve – the necessary components of a watch fit for comprehending profundities of 1 kilometer. The watch is conveyed on a dark elastic lash and an extra yellow elastic tie is remembered for the box.
What makes this watch exceptional is the presence of both a chronograph – a gadget that will be more exact than the pivoting bezel with regards to timing passed times – and a security gadget on the bezel. To evade bogus figurings, the bezel includes the Oris-licensed Rotation Safety System, or RSS, a mark gadget that safely bolts the unidirectional turning bezel set up during a dive. In the event that you need to turn the bezel, you initially need to pull it up, then pivot lastly set it back safely in place.
Bezel got – stage 1 Bezel opened – stage 2 Bezel pivoted and back safely set up – stage 3
Inside the case is the Oris Caliber 774, a somewhat altered development dependent on a Sellita SW-500 (itself a Valjoux 7750 clone). This implies a strong programmed chronograph with a 48h force hold and the typical 6-9-12 chronograph layout and date at 6 o’clock.
The Oris Dive Control Limited Edition (ref. 01 774 7727 7784-Set) will be created in 500 pieces. It will be accessible at retailers in the coming days and estimated at CHF 4,850. More subtleties at oris.ch .