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Gray and Gradient: Oris Launches a Fresh-Faced Divers Sixty-Five | Features

Oris has had a watershed yr since final October, introducing its first in-house motion, Caliber 400, following it up with the launch of Caliber 401, and unveiling a gentle stream of attention-grabbing fashions just like the Aquis Date Upcycle and Aquis Date Caliber 400 41.5 mm, the latter of which can be showcased at this yr’s Options New York 2021 occasion. This week, Oris continues its regular stream of latest releases, including a brand new, gray-and-turquoise colorway to its fashionable Divers Sixty-5 assortment.

The brand new watch is the most recent non-limited replace to the gathering because the launch of the Divers Sixty-5 “Cotton Sweet” editions (beneath) this previous spring, which have been notable for his or her bronze case-and-bracelet development paired with brilliant pastel dials. The addition of extra Divers Sixty-5 variations in conventional metal signifies Oris’s dedication to the gathering as a normal bearer within the catalog reasonably than as a distinct segment novelty line alone.

The newest Divers Sixty-5 is, not less than in development, extremely comparable in type to its predecessors, within the 1965-inspired classic dive-watch design that informs your entire assortment. The 40-mm metal case, its edges that includes a primarily brushed ending, incorporates a screw-down crown, sans crown guards, and a unidirectional diving bezel. On the bezel, we discover the watch’s first distinguishing issue, particularly the small dot, bathed in turquoise Tremendous-LumiNova, whose coloration matches the accents on the dial.

A gradient, grey dial lies underneath the domed sapphire crystal, darkish on the edges and lightening towards the central level. As talked about, turquoise Tremendous-LumiNova fills every of the watch’s fingers in addition to the utilized hour markers, all that includes the Sixty-5’s signature shapes. White accents are used for the outer minute ring and for among the watch’s descriptors towards the middle, most notably the 100-meter dive ranking.

Powering the Divers Sixty-5 is the Oris Caliber 733, an automated motion used extensively by the model that’s primarily based upon the Sellita Caliber SW 200-1. The mechanism beats at a frequency of 28,800 vph and holds a 38-hour energy reserve — not almost as spectacular because the 5-day reserve provided by the in-house Caliber 400, however nonetheless an economical and simply serviceable mechanism inside the model’s lineup. The truth that Oris hasn’t but outfitted this mannequin with its in-house motion might properly sign {that a} non-limited model of the Divers Sixty-5 containing Caliber 400 remains to be to return, seemingly beginning out with a extra conventional colorway (just like the one beneath) earlier than increasing to extra playful variations.

The brand new Oris Divers Sixty-5 is out there now, immediately by the model in addition to its licensed sellers, priced at $2,200 on a black leather-based strap and $2,400 on a metal bracelet.

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