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Oris Hammerhead is a well known Swiss watch brand, which was founded in 1904 and has been on the market. It all began back in 1968 when it was obtained chronometer certifications. Ever since the brand has expanded the haute horlogerie collections. The most remarkable product lines of Oris are Oris Motor Sport, Oris Aviation, Oris Culture, Oris Driving.
Divers’ watches are the brand’s main specialty and as it is from early days related to the sea, Oris has starded a mission to protect endangered marine species, and combating the threat of the world’s declining shark population. The new Oris Hammerhead Limited Edition was launched with this purpose.
The Oris Hammerhead Limited Edition is available on a steel bracelet (above) or a rubber strap (below).
This edition’s watch is actually based on the second-generation Oris Aquis watch, which was launched back oin 2011. The present Limited Edition counts only with 2,000 pieces.
Profits from the sales will go to raising funds for a shark conservation project which is run by Pelagios Kakunja – a non-profit organization devoted to studying the migratory paths of marine predators.
Regarding the main features, it has multi-piece stainless steel case measures 45.5 mm in diameter and is water-resistant to 500 meters deep. The screw-down crown is keeped by a crown protector. The rotating bezel has the same polished, black ceramic inlay as its ancestors in the Aquis family. The colors of the ocean are evident in the blue central seconds hand and the blue numerals on the minute scale that surrounds the gray dial.
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The colors of the ocean are present in the blue central seconds hand and the blue numbers on the minute scale are surrounded by a gray dial.
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