Ingeniously designed dials, large crowns, chiseled structures and premium mechanical movements; you can't help but be in awe of Oris. The fact that the Swiss watch brand is regularly committed to nature conservation makes the admiration for them even greater.

In addition to introducing more sustainable materials and production techniques, Oris is raising the awareness of its supporters with a variety of special projects. After the Blue Whale,the Great Barrier Reef III and theClean Ocean, Oris takes us to southern Siberia with this edition. To Lake Baikal, to be precise. This oldest and deepest lake on earth is home to unique flora and fauna, and also contains no less than 20% of the world's total freshwater reserves. Unfortunately, due to waste dumping, the shores of the lake are heavily polluted, and it is only a matter of time until the entire Lake Baikal is polluted and several species will become extinct.

Or is it? At least Oris is helping to turn the tide. By donating a portion of the proceeds from the Aquis Lake Baikal Limited Edition to "Point No1" (a project facilitated by the Lake Baikal Foundation), initiatives to protect the lake can be funded. And that makes the purchase of this watch a wonderful way to do something for the climate. In every way!

A ceramic bezel, protected crown and indexes with Super-LumiNova. But also sapphire glass, beautiful engraving and special inscriptions. As a luxury diver's watch, theOris Aquis Lake Baikal Limited Edition - in addition to functional features - about an undeniable beauty. With the aesthetic highlight being the dial, which reflects Lake Baikal with its deep blue color and surface sheen. Equally beautiful is the brushed and polished stainless steel 43.5mm case, which is decorated on the back with an icy representation of the impressive lake.

The Oris Aquis Lake Baikal is powered by the Calibre 733, a movement based on the Sellita SW200. This automatic movement ticks at a frequency of 4Hz and powers the watch for 38 hours. Planning to literally go deep with the Aquis Lake Baikal on your wrist? Thanks to its 300-meter water resistance, you can explore Lake Baikal - just like any other water - together!


The watch counts an edition of only 1999 pieces. (Referring to the year when Russia introduced the Baikal Law to protect the lake). Thanks to the close cooperation with Oris, Brunott has a number of copies of the Aquis Lake Baikal Limited Edition available. Doing something really(!) nice for the climate? Then be quick, this supporter is loved!