Oris Privately owned Swiss watch producer has an extensive history of supporting Ocean talk around the planet from their Great Barrier Reef Limited Version watches to the Clean Ocean Limited Version, different time-only and chronograph watches have raised funds in help of these initiatives.
The Oris Staghorn Restoration restricted version, definitely, saw the brand connect with the Coral Restoration Foundation, the planet biggest non-profit marine-talk organization keen to restoring coral reefs to a fit state. A special version of the Aquis dive watch, part of the funds from the sale of this current model went towards conversation of staghorn coral.
Joining once again with Coral Restoration Foundation, Oris has launched a new model, the Oris Carysfort Reef Limit edition, restricted to fifty pieces and produced in strong 18k yellow gold. The watch, which is named for a coral reef placed within the Florida keys national marine sanctuary, specs a bi-directional rotating bezel with blue and black ceramic insert; a domed sapphire crystal with anti-reflective treatment, and a powerful gold case black with a sapphire crystal inlay painted with a limited edition number and Caryfort reef motif. Under a closed caseback with a dedicated sapphire inlay, a honor to the Carysfort Reef, ticks to the calibre 798, based on the famous Sellita SW 330.
The mechanical Oris Cal. 786 specs hours, seconds, minutes and GMT hands; a date window at three o clock, instantaneous date changeover, a date with twenty-four hour corrector function and hacking, as well as power reserve of forty-two hours. Melding with gold case is a charming blue dial with an inner twenty-four hour ring and Super-LumiNova-filled hands and indices. Shipping on a blue leather strap with rubber coating and an 18K yellow buckle gold pin as well as unique wooden presentation box, the watch will be accessible in April 2020 for $19,000.