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Oris Carlos Coste Chronograph Limited Edition - Cenote Series

Breath Taking In 2010, Carlos Coste established a new Guinness World Record for freediving, by completing a 150 metre underwater swim using no apparatus through Dos Ojos, a colossal cenote that twists for 31 miles under Yucatan, Mexico. Oris have honoured this great achievement by creating a special Carlos Coste Chronograph Limited Edition Cenote Series watch.

Case Oris Aquis, 46.00 mm, 1.811 inches, Titanium
Material Multi-piece titanium case, ceramic minutes scale top ring
Size 46.00 mm, 1.811 inches
Top Glass Sapphire, domed on both sides, anti-reflective coating inside
Case Back Titanium, screwed, special engravings and printings
Operating Devices Stainless steel, screw-in security crown, automatic Helium Valve
Water Resistance 50 bar
Interhorn Width 26 mm
Movement Automatic winding chronograph
Number Oris 674, base ETA 7750
Dimensions Ø 30.00 mm, 13 1/4’’’
Functions Centre hands for hours, minutes and chronograph 1/4 seconds, 3 subsidiary dials for continuous seconds, 30 minutes and 12 hours counter, date window, date corrector, fine timing device and stop-second
Winding Automatic winding, with red rotor
Power-Reserve 48 hrs
Vibrations 28’800 A/h, 4 Hz
Jewels 25
Dial Black
Material Black dial
Luminous Material Indices and hands Superluminova BG W9
Strap/Bracelet Titanium
Material Multi-piece Titanium metal bracelet, security folding clasp with extension
Extras Special box, additional rubber strap with buckle, tool to exchange it, limited to 2000
Reference 01 674 7655 7184-Set
Oris Aquis - Oris Carlos Coste Chronograph Limited Edition - Cenote Series 01 674 7655 7184-Set