|This article relies on references to primary sources. (May 2009)|
|Founded||1904 by Paul Cattin and Georges Christian|
|Key people||Ulrich W. Herzog, Managing Director|
|Revenue||€51.9 million (2012)|
Oris is a manufacturer of Swiss luxury wristwatches. The Oris watch factory was founded by Paul Cattin and Georges Christian at Hölstein (Basel-Country) in 1904. Oris are well known for producing only mechanical watches.
Oris manufactures only mechanical watches. Oris divides its watches into four subsections: Motor Sport, Aviation, Culture and Diving.
Within their Culture family they are famous for producing their jazz watches. These include models such as the recently introduced Dizzy Gillespie limited edition. Other watches within this subsection are named after other jazz musicians such as Charlie Parker, Frank Sinatra, and Bob Dylan. Other models have also been named after the mathematician Leonhard Euler.
Oris released a 51 mm professional diver's watch in 2009.
Oris released a new 47mm Titan 'C' small seconds.
- "PW, the Wristwatch Guide: Oris Pro Diver". Professionalwatches.com. 2009-06-10. Retrieved 2012-10-30.
- "IMG_5849.jpg picture by fluxpattern - Photobucket". S924.photobucket.com. Retrieved 2012-10-30.
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