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Oris - Divers Sixty-Five

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At Baselworld 2015 Oris presented a nice vintage diver watch directly inspired to a model that first appeared in 1965, hence the name Divers Sixty-Five.


The original 1965 diver watch was water resistant to 100 metres and featured a chromium-plated brass case with a plexi-crystal, a bi-directional rotating bezel, and a black plastic strap.

The new model maintains the vintage look of the original but it has been updated to the modern trends and techniques. The case is now a more contemporary 40mm in diameter, and it’s made of anti-corrosive stainless steel. The bubble-curved glass is made of scratch resistant sapphire crystal and comes with anti-reflective coating on the inside to reduce glare and increase legibility underwater. The watch is water-resistant to 100 metres / 330 feet and has a screw-in stainless steel crown.



The bezel is now uni-directional to ensure that, in case the diver accidentally moves it, the time already spent underwater would be indicated as longer - but never shorter -  than actually spent.

The hands and indices are filled with Super-Luminova to replace the radioactive tritium used in the past diver models. Legibility is excellent.

The movement of choice is the automatic Oris Calibre 733  - based on a  4Hz (28,800 vph) Sellita SW200 - which powers the hour, minute and central second hands and a date function at 6 o’clock.


The steel case back is engraved with the same historical Oris emblem as the 1965 original.

The Oris Divers Sixty-Five (ref. 733 7707 4064) can be matched to a black rubber or a textile strap and has a pretty competitive retail price of Swiss Francs 1,750. oris.ch


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