Oris’s handsome new Divers Sixty-Five Calibre 400

A new version of Oris’s Divers Sixty-Five. It features Oris’s Calibre 400 without date, in a 38 mm stainless steel case, featuring a gorgeous green dial.

“The Oris community had been asking when we’d do a Divers Sixty-Five powered by Calibre 400, but with no date. The answer? Now. Meet the Divers Sixty-Five Calibre 400 in 38mm of stainless steel with a green dial and a bezel in relief – and no date.”

Oris has just launched its new Divers Sixty-Five Calibre 400, an answer to a desire by the global Oris community. They desired a version of the Divers Sixty-Five powered by Calibre 400 but without date. This new timepiece answers this by combining this “revolutionary” calibre without date, in a 38 mm stainless steel case featuring an “eye-catching, shimmering green dial.”

Functions

The Divers Sixty-Five Calibre 400 includes the following functions:

– Central hours and minutes.

– Centre seconds.

– Fine timing device and stop-second function.


Dial

The Divers Sixty-Five Calibre 400’s dial includes the following features:

– It features a green dial.

– The hour, minute, and seconds hands are coated with Super-LumiNova® (for the seconds hand, only the circular part towards its tip.)

– The 12 applied hour-markers are coated with Super-LumiNova®.

– Its outer dial features a minute track, graduated in increments of 5-minutes.


Case and Bracelet

The Divers Sixty-Five Calibre 400’s case and bracelet have the following features:

– It features a multi-piece case made of stainless-steel.

– Its unidirectional rotating bezel features a minutes scale in relief.

– Its case diameter is 38 mm.

– On its dial side, it features a sapphire crystal, domed on both sides, with anti-reflective coating inside.

– It has a stainless-steel screwed caseback featuring a see-through sapphire glass.

– It features a stainless-steel screw-in security crown.

– It is water resistant up to 10 bar or 100 metres.

– It comes with a multi-piece stainless-steel bracelet featuring a folding clasp.

– Its interhorn or strap width is 19 mm.


Movement

The Divers Sixty-Five Calibre 400 is powered by Oris Calibre 400, an in-house mechanical automatic winding calibre. Its features include: 

– It powers the hours, minutes, seconds, and has a fine timing device and stop second function.

– It has a diameter of 30 mm.

– It has 21 jewels.

– It beats at a frequency of 28,800 vph or 4 Hz.

– It has a power reserve of 120 hours or 5 days, as a result of its twin barrels featuring extended mainsprings. Each mainspring stores 2.5 days of power.

– It has an accuracy of -3/+5 seconds a day (well within COSC tolerances).

– It is highly anti-magnetic, as it features more than 30 nonferrous, anti-magnetic parts. “It deviated less than 10 seconds a day after exposure to 2,250 gauss, surpassing ISO 764 standards.”

– It features “a more stable rotor system.”  It replaces the ball bearing, a common concern in automatic movements, with “a low-friction slide bearing system, simplifying the design, increasing efficiency, and reducing wear and tear.”


Warranty

The Divers Sixty-Five Calibre 400 comes with a 10-year warranty if owners register on MyOris. Its warranty applies both to the timepiece and movement. Oris recommends a 10-year service interval, “barring accidental damage or water-resistance checks.”


Additional Details

Name: Divers Sixty-Five Calibre 400

Reference: 01 400 7774 4057-07 8 19 18

Available at Oris retailers worldwide and Oris website.

Price: Swiss Franc (CHF): 3,600 / United States Dollar (USD): 3,900.

Also Read: https://thecorneaimpression.com/oris-launches-the-handsome-holstein-edition-2024/

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