Oris Caliber 733 Sellita

Oris Caliber 733

Oris Caliber 733 Sellita

ManufacturerOris
Caliber Number733
Base Caliber
Sellita SW200-1
Movement:
Automatic
Diameter
11 1/2”’ (25.6mm)
Height
4.6mm thick
Jewels26
Power Reserve38 hours
Lift Angle
50 degrees
Vibrations Per Hour28,800 bph, 4Hz
HackingYes
Quick DateYes
FunctionsHours, minutes, central seconds, date at 6:00
Country of ManufactureSwitzerland
Known Models
Oris Aquis Date, Artelier Date, Artix Date, ProDiver Date, Divers Sixty-Five, Big Crown ProPilot, Chronoris (add yours to the comments below…)

The Oris caliber 733 is an automatic movement based on the Sellita caliber SW200-1.

This movement was found in an Oris Aquis Date dive watch:

Oris Caliber 733 Wide

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Oris Caliber 732 Watch Movement | CaliberCorner.com
4 years ago

[…] Oris caliber 732 is similar to the widely used Oris 733 with the main difference being that the 732 does not have a date or central seconds. This stripped […]

Gareth
Gareth
3 years ago

I have 733 in TT1 Engine Datr

Michael Morgan
Michael Morgan
3 years ago

I have 733 in my BC3 Advanced Day/Date.

Michael Morgan
Michael Morgan
3 years ago

BC3 Advanced

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Ernest
Ernest
3 years ago

Also user in Oris Big Crown ProPilot Altimeter

sergio GC
sergio GC
2 years ago

The movement have antimagnetic properties?

Gareth
Gareth
2 years ago
Reply to  sergio GC

No, this movement is definitely prone to magnetism.

sergio GC
sergio GC
2 years ago
Reply to  Gareth

thanks , so sad, i have one Oris 65.

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Reseña Oris Diver Sixty-Five Bitono Verde - SaFonaGastroCrono
2 years ago

[…] reloj equipa el calibre Oris 733, basado en el Sellita SW200-1. Este calibre, a su vez basado en el ETA 2824-2, oscila 28.800 vph […]

Ignacio Rodriguez
Ignacio Rodriguez
2 years ago

Tengo 733 en Oris Aquis

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Oris vs Longines – Watch Brand Overview & Comparison - Must Buy Techs
2 years ago

[…] that protects the analog show fairly nicely from each pure parts and scrapes.  The Swiss automated Oris caliber 733 gives 38 hr energy reserve.  The arms are additionally coated with a luminous end for additional […]

Jdolg
Jdolg
2 years ago

Heard oris uses the standard model not even top grade in all their non c.o.s.c……..?

christos
christos
1 year ago

I love it so much I just bought one and In my humble opinion i believe that under $2000.00 Aud it was a bargain.

Bo
Bo
1 year ago

I’m somewhat confused. I bought an automatic ORIS Diver 200m WP, Ref. B-7401, in the early 1980’s, simply because I thought it was gorgeous. I presume that it has the ORIS caliber 733 inside, since the prod. nr. starts with “01 733…etc.” and usually ORIS lists the cal. nr. second in row, I think. However, on the dial it says “25 Jewels”, not 26. Also, the date-window is at 3, not 6 o’clock. It has a stunning ORIS stainless steel link-bracelet that can be lengthened simply by an extra folding link within the clasp, so the watch can also fit… Read more »

Stephen Malone
Stephen Malone
9 months ago

I really like the 26 Jewel caliber or more. The more the merrier.

Scotty Dean
Scotty Dean
1 month ago

I have a customer with the Oris Williams F1 Team Skeleton, movement 733 with 26 jewels, caseback 7560 (I believe their reference is then 733-7560-4114) – but unfortunately, they have managed to break off the stem flush in the crown. I’ve contacted Oris about possibly purchasing a crown and stem, but am at the same time looking into other avenues. Does anyone have the Oris part numbers used, and/or cross-referencing on which other models used the same crown and stem? The owner acquired an Oris crown and tube, but I fear they are a little too different. Thank you for… Read more »

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