The Video Shows How The Diving Watch Is Unpacked And Placed On The Wrist
In a cooperation between Oris and Chronos, a special edition of the Aquis Depth Gauge was created, which reflects a common preference of watchmakers and editors: the Tauchsport. When the clock arrived at the editorial office, we seized the opportunity and made a short video. In it, you can see how the watch is unpacked from its unusual case – a washed diving box – and how it sits on the wrist of Chronos editor Jens Koch.
The Oris Aquis Depth Gauge Edition Chronos wearing a deep blue dial with sunray effect of which stand out accents in orange. The stainless steel watch is also a highlight for all diving and mechanics fans. The mechanical depth gauge developed and patented by Oris makes it possible to read the depth of the dive from a scale on the dial, using water that penetrates into a channel in the sapphire crystal and with its stand the current diving depth.
A unidirectional rotating bezel and the stainless steel case, up to 50 bar, make the watch a reliable companion under water. In the set with rubber and stainless steel tape as well as tool for the belt change, the 46 millimeter-sized automatic watch (Sellita SW 200-1) costs 2.980 euros.