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A Closer Look at the Oris Divers Sixty Five with Grey Green Dial

This Oris Divers Sixty Five watch has a stunning grey dial with aquamarine-coloured luminous-coated indexes for a vibrant and eye-catching twist to the popular retro diving watch


The Oris Divers Sixty Five watch with a grey and green dial, released just last year, certainly has plenty of vintage style and spirit to offer the wrist. Its gradient grey dial fades to an alluring dark rim and features aquamarine-painted lume on its indexes and hands for guided timekeeping assistance in dark conditions or when underwater. Although only released in 2015 and not an honorary timepiece to mark any particular watch from Oris’ own catalogue – the design of the Divers Sixty Five is a compelling amalgamation of popular elements taken from diver’s watches from the 1960s in general, making it an appealing collectable for many a dive watch enthusiast today.


About the Oris Divers Sixty Five watch collection


Classed as a state-of-the-art retro diving watch – the Oris Divers Sixty Five watch has plenty to offer any professional or amateur diver but will also appeal to those with a love for the dive watch style in general. The 60s-inspired watch range from Oris is home to various sized models that are powered by reliable Sellita-based automatic movements. The first Oris Divers Sixty Five watch was released back in 2015 and since its inception, has proved itself a successful design because it comes nearer to the price of an entry-level Swiss sports watch, as opposed to the more expensive Oris Aquis watches.


Highlights of the Oris Divers Sixty Five watch collection have to be its Movember edition, designed in collaboration with Australia-based Movember Foundation, which works towards raising awareness of mental health for men, as well as the Diver's Sixty Five Deauville watch with a striking blue-grey dial that looked incredibly vintage-inspired. The Carl Brashear limited-edition bronze watch was another memorable release in the brand’s retro dive watch line. The limited-edition chronograph of 2000 pieces was dedicated to the first African American diver in the US Navy.



Over the years the Oris Divers Sixty Five watch has become more of a fashionable daily wristwatch as opposed to a watch solely used for underwater exploration. That said, the model comes with several features that assist with water-related tasks.


The new Oris Divers Sixty Five watch ref. 01 733 7707 4053-07 5 20 89 and 01 733 7707 4053-07 5 20 18


The Oris Divers Sixty Five watch ref. 01 733 7707 4053-07 5 20 89 and 01 733 7707 4053-07 5 20 18 models were released last year and come in a stainless steel three-part case construction integrated with 100-meter water resistance. It measures a 40mm diameter, making it a compact and comfortable size to wear with sporty or smart attire, as well as a wetsuit. Enabling it to wear particularly thin under the cuff of a shirt is its case depth measuring a height of 12mm. Vintage divers watches generally measure smaller, yet this 40mm size brings the design onto the 21st-century wrist and features a sapphire crystal glass front that is shaped specifically to look like an old-style acrylic crystal. The surface of the sapphire crystal glass is treated with a layer of anti-reflective technology. Its unidirectional rotating bezel has a black anodised aluminium insert as opposed to ceramic, which is normally the preferred choice for Oris, however, the aluminium bezel in this retro-inspired dive watch certainly adds to its charm and character.


This Oris Divers Sixty Five watch ref. 01 733 7707 4053-07 5 20 89 is fitted on a smooth black calfskin leather strap and secures firmly to the wrist with a stainless steel buckle engraved with the famous Oris logo. The 01 733 7707 4053-07 5 20 18 comes on a stainless steel bracelet with a three-part folding clasp. The model’s no date dial is a handsome mix of applied hour markers and hands. The heart of the dial is a lighter shade of grey, gradually forming a darker exterior. The aquamarine-coloured luminous material is a trending look right now. It makes for a particularly eye-catching colour combination when set against the gradient grey dial of this Oris diving watch.



Inside the case of the 300-meter water-resistant watch is the Oris 733, based on the Sellita SW200. It performs at a rate of 28,800 vibrations per hour and delivers a useful 38-hour power reserve. To keep in line with the vintage theme of this dive watch, the movement powering this Oris Divers Sixty Five watch is concealed behind a screw-down stainless steel caseback.


Without a doubt, the most attractive feature of this grey and green dialled version of the Oris Diver Sixty Five line is its fashionable historic essence and its handsome proportions that make it just as suitable for urban living as it is for diving. If you’d like any additional information on this model you can call and speak to a member of our sales team on 01335 45345 or check out the full Oris Divers Sixty Five range here at Jura Watches.


Technical specifications of the Oris Divers Sixty Five watch with grey and green dial

  • Case: 40mm – stainless steel – three-piece construction – anti-reflective sapphire crystal glass front – screw-down case – screw-down crown – 300-meter water resistance – black anodised aluminium bezel
  • Dial: Gradient grey – indexes and hands coated in light old radium-coloured Super-LumiNova – C9 Super-LumiNova – central hour, minute and second hands – Oris lettering at 12 o’clock – darker outer minute track
  • Movement: Oris 733 – automatic – based on the Sellita SW200 – 38-hour power reserve - 28,800 vph – 26 jewels - fine timing device and stop-second
  • Strap: Black calfskin leather – stainless steel pin buckle / stainless steel bracelet – folding clasp engraved with the Oris logo
  • Reference: 01 733 7707 4053-07 5 20 89 – black leather strap / 01 733 7707 4053-07 5 20 89 - stainless steel bracelet
  • Price; Starts from £1,400
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