Oris Clipperton Limited Edition Dive Watch

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Oris Clipperton Limited Edition Dive Watch

This timepiece celebrates Oris's sponsorship of a scientific expedition to the little explored Eastern Pacific island of Clipperton.

Its stainless-steel case has a sapphire-crystal lens and is 300m-rated. The watch has an “eco-friendly” self-winding Swiss movement, date display, one-way bezel and a stylish blue dial. Production is limited to 2000 watches, and Oris says it will be donating some of the funds raised to conservation initiatives. With a rubber strap the price is £1600; with metal bracelet £1720.


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Appeared in DIVER March 2018


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