Oris' Baselworld 2019 Watch Releases


Devoted to raising awareness of the importance of water and to preserve our oceans, Oris release three key environmentally conscious novelties at Baselworld this year intent on making a splash. Each with a mission to highlight the current situation and bring change for the future, the trio of high performing diver’s watches have an important role to play.


Se-a for yourself as we explore the latest Oris timepieces with a conscience. Would you like to find out more? Contact our watch specialists on 01335 453 453 or help@jurawatches.co.uk.




Oris Aquis Date Relief







On a quest to educate the world on the importance of water, Oris have teamed up with expedition swimmer and water ambassador, Ernst Bromeis. His 2019 project ‘The Blue Miracle,’ which includes a series of swims starting with Lake Baikal, an 800km challenge across the world’s largest freshwater lake, taking him 60 days at 12 degrees Celsius is the perfect way to raise awareness. 


Of course, the Oris Aquis Date Relief will be fastened to his wrist, which is designed to survive tough underwater environments. Its grey dial reflects the stormy sea and the diving scale emulates the texture of water. Together, they hope to bring change to our oceans before it is too late.




Oris Clean Ocean Limited Edition







Limited to just 2000 pieces, the design hopes to raise awareness of the threat that plastic causes to our oceans and marine life. Every timepiece features a piece of recycled plastic inserted into the case back as a reminder that we can all try to find a more ecologically friendly way to live and to clear the seas of trash. Oris are working with the pioneering organisation, Pacific Garbage Screening that is currently developing a way to capture plastic before it can enter the ocean and turn plastic into energy. The new limited edition with its aqua blue dial emphasises the importance of water in all its beauty.




Oris Great Barrier Reef Limited Editon III







Highlighting the many threats that are oceans face, the new limited edition supports the coral planting activities of the Reef Restoration Foundation, which is an Australian non-profit organisation that’s new programme will help regenerate areas of the reef that have suffered from coral bleaching due to hot Australian summers. Based on the iconic Oris Aquis design, the limited edition of 2000 pieces features a striking gradient blue dial with an aqua blue ceramic insert in the unidirectional rotating diver’s bezel, which reflects the shades of the reef waters.