Oris – Carlos Coste Limited Edition IV
Carlos Coste is an eminent and record breaking free-jumper. In 2003 he turned into the principal individual to break the 100-meter boundary in the free submersion classification, and in 2010 he set another Guinness World Record by swimming 150 meters through Dos Ojos, a tremendous submerged cavern network in the Yucatán Peninsula, Mexico, on a solitary breath.
He can hold his breath for seven and a half minutes, acquiring him the epithet ‘El Acuaman Criollo’ (which generally interprets as ‘the characteristic waterman’) in his local Venezuela.
A brand represetative since 2006, he worked together with Oris to build up the new Carlos Coste Limited Edition IV jumper watch.
The multi – piece 46 mm case is produced using titanium and is furnished with a unidirectional dark fired bezel with a white Super-LumiNova minute scale to peruse the plunge time initially. The watch is water-impervious to profundities of up to 50 bar (500 meters).
The dark dial is ideal to improve the perceivability of the applied lists and hands loaded up with splendid orange Super-LumiNova while the counter intelligent covering utilized for the domed sapphire gem helps limiting glares.
The manual helium valve is situated at 3 o’clock and can be recognized from the time and date setting crown at 2 o’clock for its enormous orange dab.
The screwed titanium case back, engraved with Carlos Coste’s token, ensures the 4Hz (28,800 vph) programmed development Caliber 743 – in view of Sellita SW 220-1 – with date at 3 o’clock and little second somewhere in the range of 7 and 9 o’clock.
A 2,000 piece limited edition, the Oris Carlos Coste Limited Edition IV (ref. Ref. 743 7709 7184 RS) has a cost of Swiss Francs 2,500/Euro 2,300 coordinated to a dark elastic lash or Swiss Francs 2,700/Euro 2,500 with a titanium wristband. The two arrangements highlight Oris’s brisk change sliding-sledge collapsing catch framework. The watch is introduced in an uncommon waterproof case. oris.ch