It is one of the iconic watches of the world, the Divers Sixty-Five from the Hölstein-based house of Oris. The Divers Sixty-Five Cotton Candy watches instill happiness with their wonderful dial colors of sky blue, wild green or lipstick pink which stand out against the all-bronze case, bezel, crown and bracelet. These hopeful, brightly colored watches were just many of the wonders at the Watches and Wonders digital trade fair held last April in Geneva.
The timepiece’s 38mm case is clearly unisex and each model is powered by an automatic Swiss-made movement and delivers the same standards associated with the Divers Sixty-Five Collection a domed sapphire crystal, water-resistant to 100 meters and hands and applied indexes that are filled with bright Super-LumiNova to see in the dark. The watch has a power reserve of 38 hours and is outfitted with a brown leather strap with bronze buckle or a multi-piece bronze bracelet with a folding clasp. These watches will be available in June. Oris was founded in 1904 by Paul Cattin and Georges Christian in the Swiss town of Holstein. They named their new watch company Oris after a nearby brook.
©Trish Valicenti for The Gourmet Gazette
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