You all know the Oris Divers Sixty Five meanwhile. Different executions are available. What was really missing is one with with a silver dial. Here it is…
The new Oris Divers Sixty-Five with a silver dial comes with three strap and bracelet options:
The black rubber strap with its weave effect is lifted from the 1960s
The brushed stainless steel bracelet is styled like its 1960s forebear, including the round-headed pins that hold the links together
Last but not least there is this distressed vintage leather strap that I like mots. It gives it a versatile quality that proves the watch is at home on land as at sea…
Oris Divers Sixty-Five with silver dial
Ref. No. 01 733 7720 4051 RS
Case Ø 42.00mm
- Automatic movement Oris Cal. 733, based on a Sellita SW 200-1, with date at 3 o’clock
- Multi-piece stainless steel case and screw-in stainless steel crown
- Water resistant to 10 bar/100m
- Diver’s uni-directional rotating bezel with black aluminium inlay with 60-minute timer and zero marker filled with Super-LumiNova
- Bubble-curved sapphire crystal domed on both sides with anti-reflective coating inside
- Screwed stainless steel case back engraved with historic Oris shield emblem
- Silver, curved dial with applied indices filled with Super-LumiNova
- Hour, minute and seconds hands filled with Super-LumiNova
- Available on a black rubber strap, a brown vintage leather strap or a stainless steel bracelet
- Swiss retail price 1,900 CHF including 8 % VAT on a strap and 2,100 CHF including 8 % VAT on metal bracelet
Looks very good, i don’t know how they do it but these watchstraps makes it even more special. Good job guys (and ladies) at Oris
Nice watch. The Oris case is form follows function. The Sellita SW200-1 is an excellent movement. I like it.
But I have my diver; a Seiko Prospex aka Shogun. Titanium, looks cool, keeps lousy time. Since I don’t dive I don’t need another dive watch.
I am looking for a helicopter watch. I am learning how to fly one and there should be a watch for helicopter pilots. Given one’s hands and feet may not leave the controls at any time the design is challenging. The MB&F with the indicators on the side might do it.
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