Showcasing an attractive combination of timeless design and superior watchmaking, this new Orient 43.4mm mechanical sports diver watch supports water resistance of 200 meters, ideal for diving and everyday use.
The Swiss watch company’s mission to help protect the world’s oceans continues with a shark conservation project.
Sharks will be extinct within 40 years. That’s the worrying prediction of leading ocean conservation experts who have witnessed the decline of the world’s shark population over the last five decades.
Oris is pleased to announce a new partnership with the MUCA Urban Art Festival. The festival takes place in Munich and opened on July 27 with a series of events and performances. Oris opened the Oris Art Cube on the same evening with a live art performance by Berlin tape artist Klebebande who exploits the theme of space and time.
As part of its vision to bring Change for the Better, Oris is proud to announce that it has become an official Movember Partner. Oris is particularly proud to announce the Movember Edition, a special edition watch made in partnership with the international men’s health charity.
With its crown rakishly set at noon, this new Michel Herbelin watch is proud to be different! Adding a stylish accent to the unconventional rectangular case, it makes the appeal of this watch as clear as day!
Hamilton’s new Intra-Matic 68 Auto Chrono, limited to 1968 pieces, is the ideal companion for individuals looking for classic American style and watchmaking heritage. This timepiece was inspired by the historical Chronograph B, launched by the brand in 1968. It is known for its black and white reversed “panda” dial which was very popular in the 60s and 70s and even more so today. Furthermore, the vintage-feel pushers placed on each side of the crowns, the curved hands and the dome-shaped dial reinforce the overall retro character and sense of heritage of the Intra-Matic 68 Auto Chrono.
Manta rays are one of the many sea creatures whose survival is being threatened by overfishing. The Manta Trust – a UK registered charity – is committed to protecting and ensuring the survival of these mysterious and charismatic animals in more than 20 diﬀerent countries. Carl F. Bucherer has supported this charity for many years in order to help with the conservation of manta rays. In the summer of 2017, the Swiss watch manufacturer is launching a limited-edition timepiece dedicated to the charity for the first time. Part of the sales proceeds of these 188 watches will go to help finance an entirely new kind of research expedition.