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The Oris AquisPro 4000m is Ready to Go Deep

Say hello to Oris' latest and most water-resistant dive watch, the AquisPro 4000m....

Oris just dropped a bombshell in conjunction with Geneva Watch Days – say hello to their latest and most water-resistant dive watch, the AquisPro 4000m. This thing is like the superhero of dive watches, ready to tackle depths like a champ

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The AquisPro 4000m struts its stuff with a titanium case that’s a whopping 49.5mm wide, 23.4mm thick, and a lug-to-lug distance of 55mm. If you’re someone with wrists like tree trunks or just an affinity for bold statements on your wrist, this is your jam.

You’ve got a gradient blue wave dial, ceramic bezel insert, and a blue rubber strap that matches the dial. It certainly takes it cues from the Omega Ultra Deep, though the wave pattern and lighter blue finishes keep it from being a straight up copy. 

This colossal diver gets its power from Oris’s very own Caliber 400 movement. Picture this: a whopping five days of juice stored up, ticking away at 4 Hz. And don’t forget the date, displayed through a little window at six o’clock, with white numbers on a black background.

Oris are slapping a US$6,200 price tag on the AquisPro 4000m and you also get a 10-year warranty. 


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