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Okeanos Azure Rubber

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About Okeanos

About Okeanos

Oceanus was a Titan god of enormous river called Okeanos which was believed to be encircling the world and was connecting this world to other realms, such as heavenly realms from which the gods came and underworld where the souls of the dead lived. 

He was a personification of all the salt water of the world, more precisely Mediterranean Sea, Atlantic Ocean and Indian Ocean which were the most familiar to ancient Greeks at the time, and all the fresh water that includes rivers, lakes, streams and rain. 

Oceanus was originally the source of all the water. However, when geography became more known and accurate to the Greeks, he was placed to represent more stranger and unknown waters of Atlantic and Indian Ocean while Mediterranean Sea was ruled by a younger god Poseidon and rivers, fountains, streams and rain waters were controlled by the titan's sons and daughters. 

Oceanus was the first descendant of Uranus and Gaea and was married to Tethys. 

Okeanos' wife Tethys was envisioned distributing his nourishing waters across the earth through subterranean aquifers. Together they gave birth to three thousand river gods and Oceanids, known as nymphs of rivers, lakes, streams, fountains and wells which never ran dry.

Case Material
Stainless Steel
Strap Material
Miyota 2025
Water Resistance
100M (10ATM)
Case Diameter
Case Thickness
Sapphire Coated Mineral Glass
Shipping And Returns

Shipping And Returns

We provide free worldwide delivery on all orders.

You’ll be able to select a delivery option and review prices for each option during the checkout.

Shipping time for in-stock items will very much depend on the courier you choose, since our Express and Economy couriers might take from 2-5 or 3-6 business days, whereas, our free Standard shipping may take slightly longer to deliver. In both cases, you will receive a tracking number shortly after placing your order so you’ll know exactly when your package is scheduled to arrive. 

Our fulfillment facility begins processing your order within 1-4 business days after it is submitted. Keep in mind that packages aren’t transported over weekends or local public holidays.

Please take note: for made-to-order items or models with an active waitlist it may take up to several months for delivery of your handcrafted timepiece.
Due to the unprecedented demand for our collections, and the artisan limited capacity of our workshops, timepieces these limited edition collections are shipped on a first-come, first-served basis. This helps to ensure that every timepiece receives the attention worthy of a Filippo Loreti precision instrument. 


If you're not happy for any reason, you can return any of your purchased Filippo Loreti items within 90 days of receiving your order, provided the items are unused and in their original condition.

Furthermore, if your original timepiece is unworn, we’re more than happy to exchange it for a model that’s more to your liking. Simply email us to arrange an exchange via support@filippoloreti.com 

10 Year International Warranty

10 Year International Warranty

Your watch will be protected by our 10 year international warranty.

In the rare event you encounter a problem, you can return your watch to us for repair or replacement no matter where you are in the world any time within 10 years of your purchase.

Details you will love
Luminescent details
Luminous hands and hour marks make it easy to tell time wherever you are.
Water resistant
Waterproof up to 100m/330ft, to see you through showers, swims, and more.
Artful engraving
The caseback and crown features an intricate engraving of the trident of Oceanus.
Go deeper
A directional rotating bezel will measure diving time and depth effectively.


Oceanus was the primordial Titan god of the great, earth-encircling River Okeanos, reservoir of all of the earth's fresh-water - rivers, wells, springs and rain-clouds. Ancients believed that he was also the god who regulated the heavenly bodies which rose from and set into his waters.


Oceanus appears in Hellenic cosmography and myth originally as the source of all the water. However, when geography became more known and accurate to the Greeks, he was placed to represent more stranger and unknown waters of Atlantic and Indian Oceans.


Unlike his Titan-brothers Oceanus did not participate in conflicts or wars against Zeus and the Olympian gods. Oceanus is also said, according to Homer, to had never participated at the Assembly of the Gods during the Trojan war where Zeus requested for all gods to attend.
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