To date, each of the world watch manufacturer has in its “arsenal” at least several diving models, which differ by not only the level of water resistance, but also by the design. The growing popularity of watches, you can go diving or just swim, makes us pay attention to the development of new models that meet customer requirements. In addition, if some 15-20 years back the clock with similar characteristics were rare, the potential buyers are lost today, faced with a wide range of models.
Oris diving watches are made of stainless steel or titanium and the bottom cover has screw with O-ring and screw-down crown. The crown must be large enough and have strong protection that during the diving can be used even with gloves on, and in order to prevent external damage.
In order to facilitate the readability of the time at a depth in the hands markers with luminescent coating applied. It is desirable that the indication was coated with 5-minute intervals. In addition, a mandatory element of diving watches a rotating ring with divisions so-called bezel or lunette needed to pinpoint the time. The Oris diving watches rotates counter-clockwise to turn at random could not increase the remaining time (which can lead to shortness of breath). As a rule, the last 15 or 20 minutes on the bezel painted a bright color (red or orange). Also on the bezel luminous mark applied in the form of points or triangle that allows producing one of the two units. Before diving, the diver turns the bezel so that the mark was contrary to the division of the main scale of hours corresponding to the intended time of ascent. At the end of the minute hand of Oris diving watches is the same luminescent label, as well as on the bezel. At a time when the two labels are the same, submersible knows that the air ends and you must begin to rise to the surface.
But in fact, among the variety of Oris diving watches there are not many models that meet the professional requirements of divers. In fact, these are watches for divers – are complex instruments that control the depth, dive time, and ascent, “calculate” the route and generally help to create the most comfortable conditions for stay under water.