Ollech & Wajs have just released their third model since their RE-BIRTH and it’s another diver!
Following closely behind the OW C-1000, the newest member to the OW family, the Ocean Graph pays tribute to the OG 1968 Ollech & Wajs Ocean-Graph and indeed all the diver’s watches that formed their highly respected ‘Precision’ line.
These watches were equipped with decompression bezels, an essential instrument for the safety of any diver venturing into deep water.
As the product of modern Swiss watchmaking, the new Ocean Graph is powered by the robust ETA 2824-2 OW5, which has been adjusted in five positions.
The movement is modified with an engraved main plate Ollech & Wajs Zurich 1956, and an OW rotor, machined in-house.
The movement is then housed in a 39.56 mm diameter 316L Stainless steel case, stamped, machined and brushed in the Swiss Jura.
Just like its C-1000 sibling, the Ocean Graph is a compact diver’s watch, with a water-resistance to 1000 meters, which was tested to a pressure of 120 atmospheres.
Its water tightness is thus ensured by a reinforced case-back, a double-thickness case, a 5.6 mm thick, extra-strong, domed Sapphire crystal, and a special screw-down crown with 4x gaskets.
It is equipped with a decompression bezel allowing divers to calculate decompression times.
Its indexes and hands are oversized and covered with orange Super-LumiNova, for increased readability in low visibility conditions.
The OW Ocean Graph can be had either with a blue and white striped NATO-style strap or with OW’s BOR Stainless steel bracelet.
MSRP is approx. 1761USD on the BOR or 1616USD on the NATO. The first 56 Ocean Graph sold will be numbered on their crown.