Oris has launched a new limited edition-Carysfort Reef stainless steel limited edition. The GMT diver’s watch provides three time zones and supports the non-profit coral restoration foundation in Florida. This is the second Oris Carysfort Reef limited edition we have seen this year. The first is the 18-carat gold Aquis GMT, limited to 50 pieces. At the same time, 2,000 pieces of this new stainless steel version will be provided. It can be found on a matching steel bracelet or bright orange rubber strap.
Currently, corals are rapidly decreasing. According to scientists, the earth has lost 50% of its coral reefs in the past 30 years. This is largely due to human factors. The Coral Repair Foundation is committed to repairing these damaged coral reefs. Since 2014, the organization has been working on the Carisford Reef in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary. In this area, the foundation has returned nearly 25,000 corals due to its transplantation plan. This is a long process-it takes 6 to 9 months to restore the coral and requires constant monitoring and cleaning. cheap men watch
The partnership between the Coral Restoration Foundation and Oris started in 2014 as part of the watch company’s “Do for Better” campaign. In 2017, the organization and the manufacturer released their first collaboration product, Oris Diving Aquis Date Staghorn Restoration Limited Edition. Taking into account the gold limited edition produced earlier this year, the new stainless steel Oris Carysfort Reef limited edition marks the third watch produced by this collaboration.
The Oris Carysfort Reef Limited Edition is housed in a 43.5 mm multilayer stainless steel case with a screw back cover and screw-in crown. At the same time, the two-way rotating ceramic bezel has a GMT scale and is colored in blue and black (indicating day/night). As expected in the dive watch, due to the use of Super-LumiNova, the hands and divisions are clearly visible, 24/7. The domed sapphire crystal protects the blue gradient dial is also typical, thanks to the internal anti-reflective coating.
At the same time, the dial itself displays many basic diver functions, including the center hands of the hour and minute hands, and the second hand of the lollipop. At the same time, the GMT function allows reading the second time zone. This is indicated by the central hand, which rotates every 24 hours. With the help of the 24-hour chapter ring function of the dial, this time can be read. Finally, the laser-engraved 24-hour scale on the bidirectional rotating bezel provides the wearer with a third time zone. swiss luxury watches
Powering the model is the automatic Oris 798 movement, which has a 42-hour power reserve and a frequency of 4 Hz. The movement is based on Sellita’s SW330-1, the same as the limited edition 18-carat gold Aquis GMT siblings. As mentioned earlier, the movement provides an instant date for the watch.
The Oris Carysfort Reef limited edition made of stainless steel comes in a special box made of algae, which makes it a sustainable storage option. The watch can be paired with a stainless steel strap or an orange rubber strap. Both options are operated by a stainless steel safety folding clasp with extended functions.
MODEL: Carysfort Reef Limited Edition
CASE MATERIAL: Stainless steel
DIMENSIONS: Diameter: 43.50 mm
WATER RESISTANCE: 30 bar (~ 300 m)
DIAL: Blue gradient
STRAP/BRACELET: Stainless steel, Orange rubber
MOVEMENT: Oris 798
MOVEMENT TYPE: Automatic
POWER RESERVE: 42 hours
FREQUENCY: 28,800 vph (4 Hz)
FUNCTIONS: Centre hands for hours, minutes,
seconds and 24 hours, date