Baugar is the largest jeweller in Europe and exclusively sells special models produced by more than 30 brands. The unified feature of these watches is that the case, dial and strap are decorated with blue.
This year, Oris added a new timepiece, the DiversSixty-Five chronograph, to the special edition of Bulgari Blue. The new watch features a 43 mm diameter stainless steel case with a dark blue aluminum bezel, a convex anti-glare sapphire crystal and a sealed case back (with engraving), which is water-resistant to 100 meters.
The blue dial is specially made for Bulgari. It is decorated with ‘LightOldRadium’ SuperLumimova fluorescent hands and time markers. It is equipped with a Swiss-made Sellita SW510 self-winding movement, which contains 27 gems, a frequency of 28,800 vibrations / hour (4 Hz), and provides a 48-hour power reserve. This watch has a retro-style brown leather strap with blue stitching and a stainless steel buckle. It is reported that the watch is priced at 3,950 Swiss francs, equivalent to about 26,500 yuan.
Blue has become Oris’s favorite blue, in part because the brand’s expertise in diving watch manufacturing and the brand’s deep roots in a variety of marine life and marine conservation causes.
Oris co-CEO RolfStuder said: ‘We are excited about the elegance and versatility of blue, which adds a very stylish feel to the brand’s signature diving watch.’
Patrick Graf, Bucherer’s Chief Commercial Officer, added: “Boucherer worked closely with Oris to create a sporty chronograph. Craftsmanship and more than 50 years of diving watch manufacturing experience are perfectly integrated. ‘(Photo / Wen Watch House Xu Chaoyang)