Oris Divers Dive Correction Table

The spread of the big watch and sports watch trend has changed the inherent design orientation of the standard analog watch, so the regulator, which emphasizes practical style, is gradually being influenced by the trend culture.
     In the Oris Divers series of diving correction watches, the traditional concept of three stitches and one thread is replaced by a staggered design style, and this layout rhythm may be just to meet the sports characteristics interpreted by the watch. As a diving watch with a case diameter of 49 mm and a water resistance of 1,000 meters, the significance of standard hands is not only a visual symbol full of a sense of skipping, but also a reliable guarantee to ensure time discrimination.
     Regulator, which stands for regulator-type standard timepieces, was originally born in the 18th century and is designed for watchmakers to proof time on other watches. The hour, minute, and second hands on the dial are based on one side, which can effectively avoid the visual error caused by the overlapping of the coaxial hands. Therefore, the Regulator is also known as the standard hand watch.
Movement: mechanical automatic movement
Case: titanium alloy case with aluminum case outer ring, screw-in crown, helium exhaust valve, anti-refractive sapphire crystal glass
Dial: black water ripple structure dial, orange fluorescent hands, minute display in the center, hour hand at 4 o’clock, small second hand at 10 o’clock, date display at 6 o’clock
Strap: rubber strap and titanium alloy buckle that can be extended and printed with Oris logo, or multi-piece titanium alloy strap
Case diameter: 49 mm
Waterproof depth: 1000 meters