The siren call of time

Far from terra firma, above the clouds, with endless blue stretching as far as the eye can see, all directions seem confusingly similar… Time measurement tools are therefore essential to enable pilots to find their bearings in the air. Without them, it is difficult to keep track of time and not get lost amid the vast expanses of the open sky.


Equipped with a unidirectional rotating bezel, this self-winding bronze watch offers optimal readability with its SuperLumiNova® filled hands and hour-markers striking a strong contrast with the green dial.




Celebrating the partnership with Manta Trust, this ultra-light titanium model features the silhouette of two manta ray stripes on the dial side, an engraving of the sea creature on the back, as well as a strap made of recycled plastic.




Designed and developed by brand founder Lionel Bruneau, this GMT model adorned in ultramarine blue is issued in a 300-piece limited edition and 10% of its price is donated to an NGO fighting to protect marine life.




Oris revisits its emblematic diving chronograph by equipping it with a Bucherer blue dial bearing light-colored hour-markers facilitating time read-off, and by equipping it with a brown strap featuring blue topstitching.



Review overview