By this point, you should be pretty familiar with what the Oris Divers 65 has to offer (and, if you’re not, check out our review). It’s become a very versatile platform for the brand to mix things up, and the latest takes things in a very warm direction.
First off, you’ve got that brown gradient dial that’s sort of like looking down into a mug of coffee (or chai, or hot chocolate, if you prefer). Wisely, they’ve gone with bronze-toned hands and indices as well.
The warm hues continue on to the choice of strap or bracelet, as well. The brown leather strap for this Oris Divers 65 was an obvious choice, but I’m really rather taken by the two-tone bracelet. Which is odd, for me, as I’m generally not one for that look. Here, though, it just feels so right. And the fact that it’s bronze, and not a yellow gold hue, helps.
This version of the Oris Divers 65 was announced earlier in the month, and can be yours for either $2,100 on the leather strap, or $2,400 on the very slick two-tone bracelet. oris.ch
Tech Specs from Oris
- Material: Multi-piece stainless steel case, uni-directional rotating bezel with bronze outer edge
- Size: 40.00 mm, 1.575 inches
- Top glass: Sapphire, domed on both sides, anti-reflective coating inside
- Case back: Stainless steel, special engravings, screwed
- Operating devices: Stainless steel screw-in security crown
- Water resistance: 10 bar (100 m)
- Interhorn width: 20 mm
- Number: Oris 733
- Dimensions: 25.60 mm, 11????
- Functions: Centre hands for hours, minutes and seconds, date window, instantaneous date, date corrector, fine timing device and stop-second
- Winding: Automatic
- Power reserve: 38 hours
- Vibrations: 4 Hz (28?800 A/h)
- Jewels: 26
- Design: Brown gradient dial
- Luminous material: Indices and hands Super-LumiNova? ?Light Old Radium?
- Indices: Applied
- Dark brown leather strap with stainless steel buckle, or multi-piece stainless steel metal and bronze bracelet with folding clasp
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