Home Oris has presented his new Dat Watt Limited Edition II with which he renews his collaboration with Common Wadden Sea Secretariat. A second limited edition of his diving watch Waterwith the dial inspired by the marshes.
“Oris’s mission is to bring about change in society. Driven by his philosophy Change for the Better, each year they advance in their mission to achieve a clean planet. This year, Oris will publish its second Sustainability Reportwhere they will capture how they have reduced its global carbon emissions by 7.8%. And in this way, he is pleased to announce his second collaboration with the Common Wadden Sea Secretariat (CWSS) for two more years, until the end of 2025. The collaboration between both firms began in 2021 with the launch of the first Dat Watt Limited Edition and now continues with this second limited edition piece.
At Oris, our focus on achieving Change for the Better becomes ever sharper.. We are excited to expand our partnership with CWSS and support it in any way we can. This collaboration is another example of our company-wide attitude toward sustainability, conservation, and humanitarianism. Together we can achieve the change we want”
Rolf Studer, Co-CEO de Oris
He Common Wadden Sea Secretariat (CWSS) is a trilateral organization that works to protect and conserve the Wadden Seaan area declared as UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2009covering 11,500km2 in northern Europe and reaching 500 km along the coast of Denmark, Germany and the Netherlands. All this makes up the largest uninterrupted system of intertidal flats in the world, which is home to around 10,000 species of flora and fauna and acts as a natural storage of CO2.
Despite its protection, Dat Watt, a name originating from a local dialect and with which the inhabitants of the area refer to this area, is exposed to innumerable threats, the majority caused by humans: overfishing, pollution, maritime transport or tourism, among others. CWSS’s job is to engage the next generation of conservationists through youth-focused programs to inspire other young people to recognize the great power they have to bring about real change.
Oris Dat Watt Limited Edition II
A new watch, a new edition limited to 2009 units based on the popular Water. Model with its well-known style that is noticeable in this new model with a strikingly colored dial, as Oris is used to.
This new watch features a green sphere inspired by the waters of the marshes that form Dat Watt. On it contrast indices and chrome needles. It features a small seconds hand at 9 o’clock and a circular date function indicated by a white dash that rotates 360º over a 31-day period.
The case is made of stainless steel with a size of 43.5 mm in diameter. It features a unidirectional rotating bezel with a gray tungsten bezel insert. Huebra with domed glass on both sides with anti-reflective coating on the inside. The back is made of steel with special engravings. Water resistance is up to 30 bar, 300 meters.
The caliber is the Oris 743, based on the Sellita SW220-1. Self-winding mechanical movement with a 38-hour power reserve.
It comes with a blue rubber strap and metal bracelet three-link stainless steel, both equipped with a safety clasp with an extension system so it can be worn over a wetsuit. It is a Limited Edition of 2,009 pieces and each watch is delivered in a special presentation box.
The approximate RRP is €2,900. Oris