Over 100 years Oris has been making watches in Switzerland. Their watches are purely mechanical and are marked out by their distinctive design as well as the red rotor, the symbol of Oris mechanicals. Oris watches are also popular, as celebrities from Formula One, diving, jazz, aviation, and Hollywood queue up to wear and support their unique creations.
- Shipping Weight: 1 pounds
- ASIN: B0012LL9J2
- Date first available at Amazon.com: December 28, 2007
- Average Customer Review:
|Brand, Seller, or Collection Name||Oris|
|Dial window material type||Scratch Resistant Sapphire Crystal|
|Case diameter||44 millimeters|
|Band Material||Titanium Bracelet|
|Band length||Mens standard|
|Dial color||Black Dial|
|Bezel material||Titanium Bezel|
|Bezel function||Dive Bezel|
|Movement||Swiss Automatic Mechanical Movement|
|Water resistant depth||1000 Feet|
Top Customer Reviews
One year later and pieces started to fall off the dial. The manufacturer did not consider this "mechanical" and only "cosmetic", and although the pieces are under the crystal and cannot be touched I was blamed. They would not fix it. So it cost me $110.
Next, the stem stopped allowing winding (which you must do if you let the watch sit for a few days). Once again, my problem. It will cost me up to $350 to fix this.
SUMMARY: Avoid Oris. Judging by all the repairs I have done and need to do I shoudl have bought an Omega!