With its latest execution of the Sixty-Five Divers Chronograph, the Swiss brand Oris is following the trend of smaller case sizes. The sport’s watch, inspired by the 1960s, is now available with a diameter of 40mm.
Unchanged is the black retro-style dial with a bicompax layout, featuring generously applied Superluminova luminescence on the indices and hands. It is framed by a unidirectional rotating bezel and protected by a slightly domed sapphire crystal. The water resistance rating of 100 meters has also remained unchanged.
Inside, the watch houses the automatic Oris 771 caliber, based on a Sellita movement, providing a power reserve of 41 hours. It ticks behind a closed and engraved case back.
The Oris Divers Sixty-Five Chronograph is available now, with a three-link metal bracelet priced at approximately $4,500, as well as on a leather strap option from Cervo Volante at around $4,200.
To learn more, visit Oris, here.