The very retro-styled Divers Sixty-Five watch was a smash hit for Oris when it debuted in 2015 and has continued to be popular in the various sizes, case materials, dial colors, and even dial designs introduced since. The new Oris Divers Sixty-Five “Honey” iterates on that successful design and combines it with a strong trend of limited-edition watches produced specially for enthusiast communities, this one having been designed in conjunction with Revolution Magazine. Its burnt-orange dial stands out most, but there are some more details that Revolution has added to make its own take on the Divers Sixty-Five special.
In steel with a bronze bezel, the Divers Sixty-Five for The Rake and Revolution features the 40mm size of the original model with more traditional dive watch dial design that has proven popular on other versions, as well as 100m of water resistance. With a Swiss Sellita SW 200-1 automatic movement featuring 38 hours of power reserve, Revolution opted to omit a date display — catering to enthusiasts’ apparent “no-date” penchant. The watch, which ships on a brown leather strap (with some NATO straps included), is limited to only 250 pieces for a price of $1,900 each — you can register your interest for purchase now on Revolution’s website.
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