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Oris’ Limited Edition Dive Watch Helps Protect Our Oceans

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Jul 1, 2019

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In partnership with Pacific Garbage Screening, a company that’s turning plastic into energy, Oris is doing their part to clean up the oceans so we can enjoy the wonders beneath the sea through The Ocean Project. To promote sustainable materials and manufacturing techniques, the Oris Clean Ocean Limited Edition Watch is made using recycled plastic.

The beautiful watch is water-resistant up to 300 meters and features a showstopping gradient blue dial along with a uni-directional rotating bezel. On the back, you’ll find a 100% recycled medallion set into the case back constructed from PET (polyethylene terephthalate) plastic, representing the push to clean our waters through environment-friendly construction. Based on the Oris Aquis diver’s watch, this timepiece features a stainless steel bracelet, 39.5 mm case, and an automatic winding date movement. It’s presented in a special box made with algae and recycled plastic inlays. Limited to 2,000 examples, the Oris Clean Ocean Limited Edition Watch is available right now for $2,300.

Purchase: $2,300

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