Oris ProDiver Dive Control Watch

May 6, 2019

Category: Gear

In designing watches, precision means everything and Oris has built an outstanding reputation by providing the world with timepieces to help partition the day to achieve excellence. Boasted by Oris as one of the most precise timepieces they have ever created, the limited edition Oris ProDiver Dive Control watch is a masterpiece.

The waterproof timepiece was built with the assistance of Roman Frischknecht, a Swiss commercial diver who spends much of his life deep underwater. Collaborating with an expert diver, Oris developed the ‘Rotation SafetySystem,’ which locks the diving bezel securely during deep sea exploration. Constructed with professional divers in mind, the robust timepiece is capable of performing in waters as deep as 1,000 meters. The waterproof titanium dive watch has an automatic winding chronograph movement, a 60-minute counter, and an extra rubber strap with tools to swap it out. Limited to 500 examples, you can get your hands on this timepiece for $4,950.

Purchase: $4,950

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