Mechanical,  Automatic , Quartz timepiece and Quartz Chronographs watches from this manufacturer 
We are able to Service and repair this brand
We are able to obtain or genuine parts including hand set crowns, glasses and movement parts.
For straps, bracelets replacement we suggest you contact importer directly Oris Website
We do not offer a water resistant warranty for this brand

 

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History.

Needless to say, the region of Basle and Hölstein has created more than mere curiosities, as the history of Oris will confirm. 
 
1904

Just after the turn of the century, the Oris watch factory is founded by Paul Cattin and Georges Christian at Hölstein, Switzerland. 
 
1925
Oris opens its own electroplating factory.
1938legendary pointer calendar
The legendary pointer calendar enters production, marking a milestone in the history of Oris.  Since then, the pointer calendar has always been included in the Oris collection.

 

1949
Oris has established a good name for quality alarm clocks. For the first time, the company introducesimages/alarm clockan alarm clock which needs to be wound once every eight days. Even today, these timepieces still remain in use.
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Oris launches its first automatic movement, cal. 601, with a power reserve display. 
1966

The reliable and world-famous Oris automatic movement cal. 645, with 25-jewel lever escapement, goes into production. 
1968Diploma

Oris obtains full chronometer certification from the Observatory of Neuchâtel. This award for movement cal. 652 is among the highest  forms of recognition that exist for accuracy and superior quality.
1970
Oris launches its first chronograph, which is developed in conjunction with the Dubois Depraz factory. 
1988uhrwerk

Oris introduces its first mechanical alarm wristwatch in a limited edition.
The last series of these movements, which were formerly   manufactured by the A. Schild company, is bought by Oris and fitted into a classic-shape case.

Some recent models 2004

Earlier model discontinued in 2004