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Continuing their quest to support environmental causes through beautiful timepieces, Oris is releasing this limited edition watch to help keep the world's oceans cleaner. The Swiss brand partnered with an ocean conservation organization that helps protect our precious oceans by turning plastic into energy. The watch itself centers around an eye-catching sunburst aqua blue dial with hands, hour markers, and central seconds hands treated with Super-LumiNova and flanked by an aqua blue ceramic insert on the bezel. The 39.5 mm case also has recycled PET plastic set into the case back for a hands-on example of the cause it represents. The Clean Ocean is limited to just 2,000 pieces and is presented in special boxes made of environmentally friendly algae with recycled plastic inlays.
Presented by Oris.
You already know StockX is the place for limited edition sneakers and streetwear, but they also offer a wide selection of quality timepieces. Their open marketplace has everything from the most sought after Rolex Submariner and Omega Speedmaster, to more accessible options like the Casio G-Shock. After you find the perfect watch, buyers can place bids using real-time data provided alongside the product. There's no reason to stress about quality because once you've made a purchase, StockX will authenticate and verify the condition before shipping it out.
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