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THE STORY OF ORIS

For over 118 years, Oris has been making purely mechanical watches in Hölstein, Switzerland. Oris watches are inventive and serve a real purpose. They are beautiful, superbly crafted, high functioning, and will be the best possible watch for the money.

Beyond useful complications and prices that make sense, Oris is on a mission to behave more responsibly and #ChangeForTheBetter, which means making choices that are ecologically, socially, and financially responsible.

Staying true to a rich heritage, Oris is one of the few Swiss watch companies to remain independently owned and operated. Because of its independence, Oris has the freedom to follow its own path – #GoYourOwnWay.

 

JOY MACHINE

The ProPilot X Calibre 400 is designed to inspire joy no matter what angle you come at it from. The dial-side is defined first by its 39mm titanium case. The taut, angular lines of the aviation-inspired form are satin and sandblasted, giving the watch its raw, technical look, and complemented by the familiar ProPilot bezel and a muscular, sculpted titanium bracelet.
Oris Calibre 400 Series sets the new standard in automatic mechanical watchmaking. Conceived entirely in-house, it offers elevated levels of anti-magnetism and a five-day power reserve, and comes with a 10-year warranty and 10-year service intervals.

Partnerships

Wings of Hope

Oris announces a collaboration with the pioneering aeronautical humanitarian organisation Wings of Hope, and two limited-edition watches powered by Calibre 401. Wings of Hope reaches more than
65,000 people a year, bringing vital medical support to remote and underprivileged communities
using the power of aviation.

The Oyster Catcher

Oris’s mission to bring Change for the Better continues through a new collaboration with Billion Oyster Project, a pioneering non-profit working to restore New York Harbor’s once lost oyster population. The project’s vision is ambitious: to restore one billion oysters to the city’s iconic waterways by the year 2035.