Oris Divers Sixty-Five

Oris Divers Sixty-Five is a reissue of the first watch model of the Oris company from 1965, when it marked the debut of the company in the world of watches and helped it gain great popularity and prestige. Today, the reinterpretation not only delights connoisseurs and fans of the brand, but also brings new clientele. Designed for divers, the dial is equipped with luminous hands and a rotating bezel. However, its nevertheless noble appearance makes the Oris Divers Sixty-Five popular with non-divers as well. Everything about this watch has really been carefully thought out.

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Water resistant to 100 meters, but no reason to bury this watch so deep

The design of the dial, typical for the Oris Divers Sixty-Five model, is striking. The subdivisions of the hours are visually different from the other hour sections at hours 3, 6, 9 and 12 (you could also say at the level of the four cardinal points). Dependent on the chosen variant, either dots and then dashes are used at the four mentioned hours, or otherwise dashes and Arabic numerals are used at these hours. When it comes to the design of the bracelet, you can choose between leather stainless steel, depending on your preference. As with the other models of Oris, the movement is purely mechanical. The red rotor, a distinctive mark of the company of course can not be missing.

The beginning of the company reinterpreted

Those who make watches for divers also want them to be able to be dived with. At Oris, this desire extends not only to the functionalities of the watches: the Swiss company also actively supports the rescue of the world's oceans. Moreover, Oris' social commitment is no secret either. For instance, it is a proud part of the company's history that a diving watch was designed for the first partial amputee (and African-American to boot) to become a certified U.S. Navi master diver.