Introducing – Oris Divers Sixty-5 Chronograph Bucherer Blue Editions

It was only a matter of time earlier than the common stainless-steel model of the Oris Divers Sixty-5 Chronograph would make its debut. We knew it after seeing the Bronze Carl Brashear mannequin, we simply didn’t know the way and when… The wait is over, as the primary metal version of the Sixty-5 Chronograph is out, nonetheless, it isn’t simply an Oris; it is usually a Bucherer-themed watch. Meet the brand new (and funky) Oris Divers Sixty-5 Chronograph Bucherer Blue Editions.

The Divers Sixty-5 is Oris’ most profitable assortment of the final 5 years. An inexpensive, well-executed, handsome diver with a good quantity of classic components, it has been praised by many – together with us. What began as a stand-alone piece shortly turned a full assortment, with 36mm, 40mm, and 42mm fashions and with metal, ‘BiCo’ steel-and-bronze or full bronze variations. Final 12 months noticed the primary introduction of a complication on this assortment, with the restricted version Oris Carl Brashear Chronograph and its full bronze case. We knew this watch was a teaser for an upcoming regular-production metal mannequin, nonetheless, we didn’t know that the inaugural watch was to be branded Bucherer as nicely. However right here it’s.

It’s quite shocking to see the Divers Sixty-5 Chronograph deliver launched as a particular version watch made with Bucherer and never as a part of Oris’ assortment – despite the fact that it’s coming. This new mannequin is a part of the quite a few “Blue Editions” watches made by the Swiss, ultra-powerful retailer, alongside the Breguet Marine, the Blancpain Bathyscaphe, the Tudor BB Bronze or the IWC Portugeiser (to call a number of). So maybe it wasn’t all that shocking to see this new 65 being wearing blue, from the dial to the bezel.

Mainly, the Oris Divers Sixty-5 Chronograph Bucherer Blue Editions is a metal model of the Carl Brashear Chronograph, that means that it shares the identical case, proportions and motion as these restricted editions. Thus, we now have a quite giant 43mm case, polished and satin-finished, with the everyday 65 form. Being fitted with a extra advanced computerized chronograph motion, this watch can also be thicker than the common Three-hander. The water-resistance continues to be rated to 100 metres, due to a screw-down crown and a stable metal caseback.

Below the ultra-domed sapphire crystal is a Bucherer-blue dial with a traditional bi-compax format, that means a small seconds at 9 o’clock and a 30-minute totalizer at Three o’clock. Hours and minutes are displayed centrally and Oris made the correct choice to take away the date from this chronograph model. In comparison with the Carl Brashear, the Divers Sixty-5 Chronograph Bucherer Blue Editions have barely completely different hour markers, particularly for the 6 and 12. All of them, in addition to the metallic arms, are crammed with cream-coloured Tremendous-LumiNova. Across the dial is a unidirectional bezel with an identical blue aluminium insert and diver’s scale.

Contained in the case is a widely known motion, the Oris calibre 771. This computerized chronograph is mainly a Sellita SW 510, itself based mostly on the dependable Valjoux structure. This motion beats at a 4Hz frequency and boasts 48 hours of energy reserve.

The watch is worn on a chocolate brown classic leather-based strap, with blue stitching to match with the dial. It’s secured by a metal pin buckle.

The Oris Divers Sixty-5 Chronograph Bucherer Blue Editions is a non-limited version that can solely be accessible at Bucherer shops. It is going to be priced at EUR Three,900. Extra particulars at oris.ch and bucherer.com.

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