The Oris Divers Sixty-Five Date In ‘Waldenburg Valley’ Green

This was a big year for Oris’ Aquis line, which has been revamped while maintaining a solid modern dive watch in the brand’s collection. The Oris Divers Sixty-Five, the brand’s heritage model, continues to be a mainstay, however, and now a new green dial and bezel join the crew in the more affordable Oris Caliber 733 movement offering.
This new Oris Divers Sixty-Five Date is the 40mm version, measuring 12.8mm thick with a 48mm lug-to-lug, plus a screw-down crown and screw-down back on the stainless steel case, giving 100m of water resistance. There’s also that green unidirectional dive bezel, complementing the green hue of the dial inspired by the Waldenburg Valley forests surrounding Oris’ headquarters in Hölstein. This isn’t the first green dial in the Divers Sixty-Five lineup, but it’s a bit more vibrant than the Hodinkee Limited Edition. With the caliber 733 movement, it’s also slightly more affordable and has a date (something you either love or… well, don’t). The price is $2,700.
My quick take is that this is a nice-looking watch, and more options aren’t a bad thing. Oris has done a good job of giving both a slightly higher-end offering with their Caliber 400 line without abandoning more affordable watches with the same design language. Oris has always had an eye on the enthusiast community, both in terms of making watches people are asking for and can afford. Unsurprisingly, I still have a soft spot for the Hodinkee Limited Edition, but this brighter option is also a good one.
This release follows the well-received addition of a 38mm Oris Divers Sixty-Five with a Caliber 400 movement to the brand’s main lineup while also employing a different but still very successful application of a great shade of green.

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