|Model:||Sixty five diving|
|Size - diameter excluding winding crown:||36mm|
|Size - length including lugs:||43mm|
Stainless steel Sixty Five Diving Oris watch with black dial. It has white batons and squares to mark the hours. Both have very good luminous. The window for the date is at 3 o’clock. On the dial comes the inscription Waterproof and Anti-Shock – 17 jewels. The watch has a bidirectional black diving bezel graduated each 10. It is a screwed back case in stainless steel with engraved outside “Waterresistant – Swiss Made – Antimagnetic – Shockproof”. The watch has a manual wind Oris movement with caliber 715. The watch comes with a black Nato strap.
The company Oris started in 1902 when the Lohner and Nagelin company started producing watches in the town of Holstein. It closed down two years later. Then came Paul Cattin and Georges Christian who succeeded in producing inexpensive pinpallet movements which nevertheless met chronometer standards through careful construction and manufacture. In 1952 an automatic movement with a winding rotor and power reserve indication gained notoriety. In 1966, Oris introduced the first automatic lever movement, the 645 caliber. A wrist-chronograph was launched in 1970 in cooperation with Dubois-Depraz. From 1919 to 1987, Oris has produced almost 97 million watches.
Manual wind Oris movement with sweep second and date with caliber 715, 17 jewels, 18,000 A/h and 46 hours of power reserve. The movement is circa 1975
Diameter excluding winding crown: 36mm
Length including lugs: 43mm