Introducing The Oris AquisPro 4000m Watch (Live Pics)

The newest piece from Oris is a formidable abyss diver.


Oris has long been synonymous with quality dive watches that combine exceptional engineering with an unmistakable sense of style. From conquering ocean depths of 300 meters to pushing the limits with 1000-meter-rated timepieces, the brand has consistently showcased its expertise in crafting reliable and durable dive watches. However, as the world of horology evolves and enthusiasts seek even greater feats of engineering, Oris has taken a bold step to redefine its own standards. With the introduction of the AquisPro 4000m, Oris has unleashed a true deep-sea marvel that can withstand the crushing pressures of the abyssal zone, marking a new era in the realm of professional dive watches.

Unveiled alongside the Geneva Watch Days, this behemoth deep sea diver emerges as Oris’s most formidable dive watch to date, plunging to depths previously uncharted.

The AquisPro 4000m commands attention at first glance, boasting a striking titanium case that measures an astonishing 49.5mm in width, 23.4mm in thickness, and 55mm lug to lug. This impressive expanse is tailor-made for those with an affinity for substantial wrist companions or a penchant for bold, utilitarian designs.

Draped in a captivating light-blue hue, the watch tempers its grand dimensions with a refreshing color palette that evokes the allure of the ocean’s depths. A ceramic insert adorns the bezel, reinforcing its resilience, while a matching blue rubber strap ensures a harmonious marriage between robustness and comfort.

The gradient blue wave dial of the AquisPro 4000m beckons like a siren’s call, inviting adventure seekers to explore its depths. An homage to the ocean’s twilight zone, where light fades into darkness, the dial is adorned with applied indexes and luminescent accents, ensuring legibility in even the most challenging conditions.

The distinctive lollipop seconds hand, bathed in vibrant blue, adds a playful touch to the watch’s otherwise serious demeanor. Super-LumiNova ensures visibility, reaffirming the watch’s role as a dependable companion in the deep.

At the core of the AquisPro 4000m ticks the Oris Caliber 400 movement. Operating at 4 Hz and boasting a staggering power reserve of 120 hours, it is augmented by a date function displayed at six o’clock. Priced at $6,200, the watch encompasses not only the timepiece but also the blue rubber strap, complete with a micro-adjustable titanium clasp.