Oris Unveils New Dial Colors For The Aquis Date Calibre 400 And Aquis Small Second Date Watches

Fresh gradient dial colors enhance the appeal of the two Aquis models.


For 2023, Oris welcomes new gradient dial colors for its Aquis Small Second Date and Aquis Date Calibre 400 collections. In 2011, the Oris Aquis collection emerged as a development of the brand’s aquatic watches, initially introduced in 1965. These watches are budget-friendly and sporty, high-performance dive watches.

The Aquis Date Calibre 400 features a 43.5mm diameter stainless steel case, with a screw-down crown, a notched unidirectional rotating bezel, a matching green scratch-proof ceramic inlay, and a gradient green dial. The watch is powered by Oris Calibre 400, a robust automatic anti-magnetic movement with a five-day power reserve and a 10-year warranty. The watch comes with a stainless steel bracelet or a rubber strap, both with extendable folding clasps.

The Aquis Small Second Date watch combines a date window and small seconds counter on the dial with a teal-blue gradient dial. The watch is a professional ISO 6425 dive watch with a 45.5mm x 15.9mm size. The watch is powered by an automatic Sellita SW220-1-base movement – Oris Calibre743 – and has a power reserve of 38 hours. The watch comes with a stainless steel bracelet or a blue rubber strap, both options with Oris’s patented and extendable security folding clasp and Quick Strap Change system.

The Aquis Date Calibre 400 is priced at CHF 3,500 (bracelet) and CHF 3,400 (black rubber strap), and the Aquis Small Second Date is priced at CHF 2,500 (bracelet) and EUR 2,700 (blue rubber strap). The watches are available for purchase from authorized Oris dealers.