By TLex In support of the Tubbataha Reefs National Park in the Philippines, Oris have created a new diver with a regulator movement. Oris will donate a percentage of every Oris Tubbataha Limited Edition model sold towards the conservation of the reef and its astonishing diversity of marine life.
Rising up from the volcanic depths of the Sulu Sea in the Western Philippines, the Tubbataha Reefs National Park is home to some of the most beautiful coral reefs in the world. These magnificent atolls support an unparalleled variety of marine creatures. Colorful reef fish crowd corals growing in the shallows while sharks and pelagic fish haunt the steep drop-offs to the open sea.
The new ORIS Tubbataha Regulator DIVER is a Limited Edition of 2,000 pieces. Its 47mm case is constructed from Titanium. It has a sapphire crystal and a water-resistance of 500 meters. Further features include: a Helium escape valve and a blue ceramic bezel inlay.
The design on the back of the Oris Tubbataha Limited Edition displays a shark, paying homage to the endangered marine creatures, which live in the Tubbataha Reefs.
The watch is powered by the Swiss made automatic Oris caliber 749 based on the Sellita SW220 with a regulator complication.
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