First introduced as the brand’s first diver’s watch in 1965, the eponymous Divers Sixty-Five watch model has been a staple in the field of retro watches for the past years. At this year’s Geneva Watch Days, Oris debuted a new execution that is driven by the brand’s modern Calibre 400, the mechanism amassing a power reserve of five days. In addition, this automatic movement offers a high level of magnetic resistance and an extended service interval of ten years.
The Divers Sixty-Five 12H Calibre 400 features a stainless steel case with a diameter of 40mm and a water-resistance to 100 meters. The black dial with luminous markers and hands is protected by a domed sapphire crystal and framed by a unidirectional bezel with a 12-hour scale for the indication of a second time zone.
Pricing for the Oris Divers Sixty-Five 12H Calibre 400 is marked at $3,500 with a leather strap, and $3,700 on a metal bracelet.
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