The New Oris Divers 65 Chronograph (Ref: 01 771 7744 4354)

By Kaz Mirza

Oris has just recently announced the availability of a new Diver 65 Chronograph on their site (as of May 2019). Unlike the previous Oris 65 Chronographs, it doesn’t appear that this new model is limited edition (hooray!).

The Oris Diver 65 line is honestly an incredible execution of the often-chased “vintage-look-modern-design” aesthetic and with this new Chronograph line, we see that being continued. The case is composed from stainless steel with a flourish of bronze detailing in the grip of the bezel (which features an aluminum insert).

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The interior elements of the Oris Diver 65 Chronograph continue the bronze-style detailing with the hour, minute, and seconds hands featuring rose gold PVD. You’ll also notice that the lume has a touch of faux-tina to it. While controversial in the watchfam, I think it actually works pretty well here.

The Oris 771 Chronograph movement (based on the SW 510) offers a classic bi-compax sub-register dial layout. In addition, the movement itself has an impressive 48 hour power reserve. The 9 o’clock sub-register is your running seconds and the 3 o’clock one is your 30 minute chronograph counter.

Check out the additional specs below.

For me personally, I think it looks really incredible on the bracelet; however, at 43mm in diameter, perhaps the leather strap would be the better choice for my 6.75″ wrist size. What does everyone else think?

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Oris Diver 65 Chronograph Specs:

  • Model ref: 01 771 7744 4354
  • 43mm Case Diameter
  • 21mm Lug With
  • Sapphire Crystal
  • 100M Water Resistance
  • Oris 771 Caliber Chronograph Movement
  • SuperLuminova
  • Available with a Leather Strap or Stainless Steel Bracelet
  • MSRP Approx. $4000 USD

Please check out the Oris site for more info. Photo Credit to Oris as well.

Kaz Mirza( Co-Founder )

Kaz has been collecting watches since 2015, but he’s been fascinated by product design, the Collector’s psychology, and brand marketing his whole life. While sharing the same strong fondness for all things horologically-affordable as Mike (his TBWS partner in crime), Kaz’s collection niche is also focused on vintage Soviet watches as well as watches that feature a unique, but well-designed quirk or visual hook.

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