Limited Edition


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  • A powerful piece of art to let you know that every minute can be seen as a new beginning! The stylish combination of bronze and navy blue gives this timepiece a sporty and vintage look. An aesthetic timepiece with innovative quality.


Movement type: Automatic winding
Movement: Oris 401 Kaliber, Accuracy of -3/+5 seconds a day (within COSC tolerances).
Power reserve: 120 hours
Case material: Multi-piece bronze case, uni-directional rotating bronze bezel with timing scale in relief.
Case size: 40.00 mm (1.575 inches)
Water resistance: 10 BAR / 100 M / 330 FT
Dial: Blue dial, Hands and indices with Super-LumiNova®, Sapphire, domed on both sides, anti-reflective coating inside, Stainless steel screwed case back with special engravings.
Strap material: Blue woven elastic nylon webbing strap with bronze buckle, specially produced in partnership with Erika’s Originals.

Product details

A symbol of hope

Oris introduces the third watch made in partnership with the Carl Brashear Foundation and the first powered by Oris’s in-house Calibre 401, a highly resistant five-day automatic.

“Carl’s is an extraordinary legacy, and we’re incredibly proud to share in it and support the foundation".

“Together with the Carl Brashear Foundation, we hope that every time someone wearing this new watch looks at it, they will be reminded to never give up, and to press on, no matter how insurmountable the challenges ahead appear.”

A watch with a big heart

The Oris Carl Brashear Cal. 401 Limited Edition is powered by a new in-house Oris movement. The new watch is cased in 40 mm of bronze, a material chosen to symbolise not just the diving helmets worn by Carl during his career as a U.S. Navy Master Diver, but also because it’s a metal that will tell its own story. Bronze is a natural material that patinates as it reacts with oxygen in the air and moisture from your skin. Over time, it will take on a unique finish, like a visual chronicle of the wearer’s own life wearing the watch.

Inside it is the automatic Oris Calibre 401. Based on Calibre 400, launched last year, it was designed from the ground up by Oris’s in-house watchmakers. As well as being more accurate than a chronometer (to within -3 to +5 seconds a day), it solves many of the mechanical movement problems of our time by offering heightened levels of anti-magnetism, a five-day power reserve and a 10-year extended warranty.

Oris Calibre 401 differs from Calibre 400 in that it features a small seconds at 6 o’clock, an Oris signature. It’s a movement designed to overcome life’s knocks – a timeless symbol of the spirit shown by Carl Brashear throughout his life of service.

The watch also has a blue dial, inspired by naval tradition, a uni-directional rotating bronze bezel with a diving scale in relief, and a custom-designed, hand-crafted, moisture- wicking woven elastic nylon webbing strap produced for this watch by Erika’s Originals.

Pushing for change

As part of our mission to bring Change for the Better, Oris partners with the Carl Brashear Foundation, which brings hope to many. 

“It’s not a sin to get knocked down. It’s a sin to stay down.” These are the words of Carl Brashear, one of the 20th century’s most enduring figures of triumph in adversity. Carl overcame numerous challenges, both on account of his background and later disability, to become the U.S. Navy’s first African American diver and first amputee Master Diver. He is a man of honour and an inspiration to people all over the world.

In 2015, as part of our mission to bring Change for the Better, Oris partnered with the Carl Brashear Foundation, set up in his memory and to continue his legacy. It’s been our privilege since then to work with the foundation and in particular Carl’s son Phillip and his family. Now, we’re delighted to announce a third watch bearing his name, the Oris Carl Brashear Cal. 401 Limited Edition, the first watch powered by the new Oris Calibre 401, a high-performance automatic.

The Carl Brashear Foundation uses Carl’s story to inspire people never to give up. Carl was born into a poor farming community and overcame racism, a lack of education and, following an accident while on active duty, disability to achieve his ambitions. His story was made into the movie Men of Honor, starring the Oscar-winning actors Cuba Gooding Jr. and Robert De Niro.

Funds raised by sales of Oris Carl Brashear watches have supported countless veterans and vulnerable people, giving them hope and helping them achieve their goals.

“Carl Brashear is one of the 20th century’s most enduring figures of triumph in adversity”

Never give up

Carl Brashear’s son Phillip leads the foundation that continues his father’s legacy, inspiring generations of people to overcome their challenges.

“This watch will again expose my father’s message of hope and resilience”


Calibre 401 has more than 30 anti-magnetic components and exceeds the norms required
by the ISO 764 enhanced anti-magnetic standard.

Five-day power reserve

For many reasons, you may not wear a mechanical watch every day. Calibre 401 has a five-day power reserve so it’s ready to go when you are.

A 10-year warranty

A modern luxury watch should be reliable. Any Oris watch carrying Calibre 401 is guaranteed for 10 years when you register it at MyOris.


Centre hands for hours and minutes, small seconds at 6 o’clock, fine timing device and stop-second.