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At first, the Oris Divers 65 Chronograph was only available in various limited editions, making adding one to one’s collection a difficult proposition. Then, last year, we were given a non-limited version in the form of a handsome steel watch with bronze accents. Now, those who love the idea of an all-bronze version are in for a serious treat.
The new Oris Holstein Edition 2020 — the first in a series of timepieces that honor the village in which the brand was founded in 1904 — is a limited-edition version of the Divers Sixty-Five chronograph and evidently the first watch to feature a Swiss-made, all-bronze bracelet. Cased in solid bronze with a stainless steel case back embossed with the Oris Bear, it’s otherwise very much a classic Sixty-Five chrono, with a 43mm diameter, a unidirectional rotating bezel with bronze insert, a domed sapphire crystal, and 100m of water resistance.
The dial on the new LE is a stunner and conforms to the aesthetics of the case and bracelet: gold-plated, it features black sub-registers, rose gold-plated indices and Super-LumiNova lume. With its screw-down crown and pushes, automatic Oris 771 movement and refined bracelet with micro-adjustment clasp, this is a serious tool watch despite the (relatively) soft bronze material. Limited to 250 pieces and available online or through Oris boutiques, it carries a price of $5,200 and is available this month. If you’d like to choose your own limited edition number, you can do so at Oris’s website.
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