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Stylish and sophisticated Oris watches

Oris was founded in Switzerland in 1904 and have been producing luxury watches ever since. Oris wristwatches are split into four categories, Diving, Culture, Aviation, and Motor Sport, so you're bound to find the men's or women's Oris watch to suit your needs.

Oris pride themselves on their "High-Mech" approach to watchmaking, and use their trademarked Red Rotor in each design as a symbol of Swiss quality.


For the avid diver, a great diver's watch is an essential addition to your kit. Check out the Oris Aquis, Divers, and Providers collections for fit-for-purpose watches that look great both in and out of the water.

With extra features such as easy-to-read dials, chronograph capabilities and, of course, water resistance, these watches are the perfect timepieces for accompanying you on your dives. The Oris Sixty-Five automatic wristwatch is a great choice, featuring a stainless steel case and sapphire crystal for superior accuracy.


For a stylish, everyday watch, look no further than the Oris Culture range. This range features watches that are the perfect blend of traditional designs and modern features, and are versatile enough to become a staple accessory. For something a little different, look out for watches from the Oris Rectangular collection.


If you feel at home in the cockpit, check out the Oris Aviation range of wristwatches that are easy to read at a glance, and are accurate even at high altitudes. For something classic, have a look at the Oris BC3 collection, which features watches in a range of colours and strap materials, so you can look great both in the air and on the ground.

Motor Sport

Oris are renowned in the motorsport world for creating accurate and functional wristwatches that can handle whatever you throw at them. With an innovative mix of materials such as steel and rubber, these watches can keep up at high speeds.

If you're a fan of Formula One, check out the Oris Williams collection, which was created after Oris partnered with the iconic 2003 Williams Formula One team.

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