Introducing: The Oris Divers Sixty-Five Chronograph (Live Pics & Pricing)

Introducing: The Oris Divers Sixty-Five Chronograph (Live Pics & Pricing)

Speedy Take

Originally saw recently (consequently the snow in a couple of the photographs), Oris has declared the authority dispatch of the primary non-restricted Divers Sixty-Five chronograph. Basically a blend of the arrangement recently settled by the bronze Carl Brashear chronograph of 2018 crossed with the overall look and feel of the 40mm steel and bronze Diver Sixty-Five, the new Diver Sixty-Five Chronograph is 43mm in steel with bronze and rose gold accents. 

The Brashear restricted editions (one chronograph, once/date jumper) have demonstrated to be hot tickets inside the Oris mind share so it was truly simply an issue of time until the brand chose to offer a non-restricted articulation of the plan. Following near the bronze/steel three-hand Divers Sixty-Five, the Chrono has a bronze bezel with a dark aluminum embed encompassing a no-date two-register chronograph design. With an overlaid application over a dark dial, the Divers Sixty-Five Chronograph is clear and offers 100m water opposition (equivalent to the first Divers Sixty-Five, which I have actually utilized while diving). 

Introductory Thoughts

Thanks to its twin register design and absence of the date show, the Divers Sixty-Five Chronograph is pleasantly adjusted and home to a huge handset, lumed markers, and even lume-tipped sub-dial hands (not common). While 43mm is a significant expansion in size over the extent of the standard Divers Sixty-Five, the bigger dial leaves space for the chronograph show and I found the Divers Sixty-Five Chronograph to sit pleasantly on wrist and feel lively without being exaggerated, particularly with the additional air pocket impact of that extremely domed crystal. 

Available on the calfskin tie (as found in the photographs) or on Oris’ simple wearing bolt style steel wristband, the Divers Sixty-Five Chronograph begins at $4,000 and utilizes a Sellita-sourced Swiss programmed chronograph development. As the furthest down the line section to the Divers Sixty-Five line up (and the main arrangement delivered chronograph) this new Chronograph is a attractive, pleasantly made, and a solid interpretation of the organization recently settled by the Brashear LE. 

The Basics

Brand: Oris
Model: Divers Sixty-Five Chronograph
Reference Number: 01 771 7744 4354

Diameter: 43mm
Case Material: Steel with a bronze bezel
Dial Color: Black
Indexes: Applied, rose gold PVD
Lume: Super-LumiNova on all fours Resistance: 100 meters
Strap/Bracelet: Brown cowhide tie or steel bracelet 

The Movement

Caliber: Oris 771 (Sellita 510 base)
Functions: Hours, minutes, sub-seconds, focal chronograph seconds, 30-minute chronograph totalizer
Diameter: 30mm
Power Reserve: 48 hours
Winding: Automatic
Frequency: 4 Hz (28,800 vph)
Jewels: 27

Estimating & Availability

Price: $4,000 (calfskin tie), $4,250 (steel bracelet)
Availability: May 2019

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