Water-resistant to 100 metres, but no reason to bury it that deep.
The design of the dial, typical of the Oris Divers Sixty-Five model, is striking. The subdivisions of the hours for hours 3, 6, 9 and 12 (one could also say at the level of the four cardinal points) are visually different from the other hour sections. Depending on the chosen variant, either dots and then dashes are used on the four hours mentioned, or else dashes and Arabic numerals are used for these hours. For the design of the bracelet, you can choose between stainless steel leather, depending on your preference. As with the other Oris models, the movement is purely mechanical. The red rotor, a distinguishing feature of the company, is of course a must.
The beginning of the company reinterpreted
Anyone who makes watches for divers wants to be able to dive with them. At Oris, this desire extends beyond the functionality of the watches: the Swiss company is also actively supporting the rescue of the oceans. In addition, Oris' social commitment is no secret. So it's a proud part of the company's history that a diver's watch was designed for the first partially amputee (and also African American) to become a certified master diver of the U.S. Navi.