Swiss watchmaker Oris has launched a brand new instance of its common retro diver’s watch, the Divers Sixty-Five Chronograph. The up to date model encompasses a smaller 40mm case and a glossy monochromatic dial design — accessible with the choice of both a black deer leather-based strap or a stainless-steel bracelet.
Impressed by its first diver’s watch from 1965, a time when leisure diving was changing into more and more modern, the design contains sweeping lugs, a muscular uni-directional rotating bezel and distinctive classic chronograph pushers. Inside, the watch is powered by an computerized mechanical motion, the Oris 771, which boasts a 48-hour energy reserve.
The black curved dial options utilized indices handled with Tremendous-LumiNova for visibility in low mild. Different technical specs embody a domed sapphire glass with antireflective coating inside, a screwed stainless-steel case again, in addition to a stainless-steel screw-in safety crown and pushers.
The Divers Sixty-5 Chronograph is on the market right this moment, September 19, by way of the watchmaker’s official site and choose retailers. Pricing is about at $4,400 USD for the steel bracelet and $4,200 USD for its leather-based counterpart.
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