Introducing: The Oris Divers Sixty-Five With New Silver Dial

Introducing: The Oris Divers Sixty-Five With New Silver Dial

The Oris Divers Sixty-Five on the bolt style treated steel bracelet.

The new silver dial is only the furthest down the line expansion to an assortment that as of now incorporates models with a brilliant blue dial and even a restricted release in bronze as well. This most recent Divers Sixty-Five has similar specs and highlights as the prior watches, with a 42mm steel case, screw-down caseback, dark turning bezel, and Oris programmed development (which depends on the Selita 200-1). The brushed starburst silvered dial includes the trademark trapezoidal date window with grayish Super Luminova files like those on vintage watches that have patinated over time. 

The Oris Divers Sixty-Five caseback and calfskin lash option.

The Divers Sixty-Five has a profundity rating of 100m, which, while it probably won’t sound profound, is sufficient to qualify it for the ISO 6425 confirmation for true jumper’s watches. Also, it’s all that could possibly be needed for any sporting scuba jumper, so no concerns there. 

Overall, a pleasant expansion to the Sixty-Five Collection. To go with the new silver dial adaptation of the Sixty-Five, there are three lash and wristband choices: an elastic tie with an artificial woven surface, a vintage-style earthy colored troubled cowhide tie, and a brushed treated steel arm band with bolts along the edges of the connections. Generally speaking, the new model is an extraordinary expansion to the current setup that gives an alternate look a vibe to what exactly was offered previously (notwithstanding it not actually being revolutionary).

Th Oris Divers Sixty-Five with the elastic lash has a very vintage look.

The Divers Sixty-Five with silver dial is valued at $1,900 for the cowhide and elastic tie and $2,300 on a wristband. For more data on the Divers Sixty-Five, you can visit the Oris online here .