In a watch that we’re retailing for less than $2,000, and depth-rated to 100 metres, you can feel confident submerging into the sea. To keep the dial cleaner we did away with the date function. The resulting watch is profoundly alluring to me, and from across the room people are instantly drawn to its unique multi-hued dial, which pairs perfectly with the slim case and tropical sapphire. It’s a watch that will bring back memories of glorious summers of youth spent basking in the sun, indulging in the pleasure of the season. Oris Divers Sixty-Five ‘Honey’ for The Rake and Revolution Movement Self-winding 4Hz Oris calibre 733, based on Sellita SW200-1; hours, minutes and central hacking seconds; 38-hour power reserve Case 40mm; stainless steel; engraved with Oris X Revolution Limited Edition on the caseback; water resistant to 100m; 250-piece limited edition Strap Brown leather strap, with additional NATO strap and strap-changing tool, included… More here.
I love the Sixty-Five and I believe the “Honey” version to be my favourite to date. Such a great combination.