RedBar Teams Up With Oris for a Special Divers Sixty-Five Watch

Redbar’s first co-branded timepiece.

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Oris has just teamed up with the ever-growing watch community/crew Redbar for a special version of the Divers Sixty-Five watch. As an international group focused on the love for watches, each member carries the common thread of sharing horological knowledge and finding others around the globe that share that similar passion.

For Redbar’s first collaborative endeavour, Oris’ 40mm Divers Sixty-Five watch was used as the blueprint, and the result is a wristwatch that’s sure to attract all vintage dive-watch enthusiasts. One of the main details is the use of a red-to-black gradient dial — sans six o’clock date window. Other additions include a dark-brown strap with red stitch detailing, a double-domed sapphire crystal, Oris’ new bronze bezel, faux-patina lume indices, and an open crown. Powered by Oris’ Caliber 733 movement, the RedBar x Oris Divers Sixty-Five watch is limited to 100 pieces. More information will be available over at Redbar’s webpage in the coming weeks.

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