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Oris Regulateur „Der Meistertaucher“

Oris Regulateur "Der Meistertaucher" (49 mm) (click to enlarge!)
Oris Regulateur “Der Meistertaucher” (49 mm)
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Oris Regulateur Meistertaucher (44 mm) (click to enlarge!)
Oris Regulateur Meistertaucher (44 mm)
© Oris

The Regulateur “Der Meistertaucher” is a dive watch by Oris.

“Der Meistertaucher” (The Master Diver) is the largest dive watch Oris has ever produced. Its titanium case has a proud diameter of 49 mm and 15.25 mm thickness.

This dive watch is waterproof up to 100 bar / 1,000 meters depth. It is highly visible under water. Hands and indexes are covered with a special fluorescent paint and shine correspondingly bright in Superluminova “Dark Orange”. Thanks to the special regulator movement with separate displays the clear vision for a safe timing is secured in the diving procedure In the center runs the minute, which is decisive for the dive time; the second and the hour are decentralized. The larger the watch, the more secure also the handling Both the setting of the unidirectional rotating diving ring for the time under water, as also the screwed security crown and the helium valve contribute to security.

The subtle black dial with the printed wave structure and the light titanium case make the “Meistertaucher” a gentle giant - which is suitable for both office and home.


  • 649 7610 71 64 Set
  • 649-7541-7164 RS (44 mm, TT1 Meistertaucher)




  • Black dial with wave structure, applied indexes with Superluminova „Dark Orange“
  • Polished nickel hands with Superluminova „Dark Orange“


  • Decentralized indication of the hours at 4 o'clock and of the small second at 10 o'clock, central minutes, date at 6 o'clock


  • Rubber strap with Oris Logo, recessed at both sides, and titanium clasp with possibility of extension or membered titanium metal band with possibility of extension


  • Waterproof suitcase box set contains metal band and changing tool
oris_regulateur_der_meistertaucher.txt · Last modified: 02.12.2022 20:43 by

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