Oris Great Barrier Reef Limited Edition III - 01 743 7734 4185-Set MB - 770320
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ORIS GREAT BARRIER REEF LIMITED EDITION III
43.50 MM, 1.713 INCHES
THE OCEANS PROJECT
Oris returns to the Great Barrier Reef with a third limited edition watch, this time introduced as part of the independent Swiss watch company's new series, The Oceans Project, aimed at raising awareness of the many threats to the health of the world's oceans. The new watch, which is based on Oris's high-performance Aquis diver's watch, will directly support the coral planting activities of Reef Restoration Foundation, an Australian non-profit. It features a gradient blue dial, a blue ceramic bezel insert and a novel circular date window.
SPECIFICATIONSREFERENCE 01 743 7734 4185-Set
Gradient blue dial
The Oris Great Barrier Reef Limited Edition III is a high-performance diver’s watch and a symbol of Oris’s mission to clean up our oceans and bring change for the better. The Great Barrier Reef Limited Edition III has been created in partnership with the Reef Restoration Foundation, a non-profit social enterprise founded in 2016.
In partnership with the foundation, Oris has created the Great Barrier Reef Limited Edition III, a diver’s watch based on the legendary Oris Aquis. The new model, limited to 2,000 pieces, has a gradient blue dial and an aqua blue ceramic insert in its uni-directional rotating diver’s bezel, recalling the colours of the reef waters.
Inside its 43.50 mm stainless steel case is an automatic movement that provides it with a small seconds and a circular date window. It’s water-resistant to 30 bar (300 metres).
The Oceans Project
The Oceans Project heralds the beginning of a series of new partnerships.
The Great Barrier Reef Limited Edition III has been created in partnership with the Reef Restoration Foundation, a non-profit social enterprise founded in 2016.
The pioneering organisation has launched a programme that will help regenerate high-value areas of the reef that have suffered from coral bleaching (an event caused by rising water temperatures) during recent Austr alian summers.
Effective coral planting initiatives are under way, with plans to expand.