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Oris Unveil Divers Sixty-Five Calibre 400 No Date Edition

Oris Divers Sixty-Five Calibre 400 No Date Edition

It’s a day for skin divers it seems because right as Yema have launched the Skin Diver Slim CMM.20, Oris have released the Divers Sixty-Five Calibre 400 no date. It’s a watch that has more or less been on the cards since the Calibre 400 first made its way to the Divers Sixty-Five collection in 2022 with the 12H model. Although the clamour from fans for a no date version reached a peak only a few weeks ago with the launch of the Hölstein Edition 2024.

The new watch is one that more or less does what it says in the name. It’s a 38mm Divers Sixty-Five model in stainless steel that houses the Calibre 400 while having no date. But while it may be a simple release to understand, it’s still a lovely take on what is, in my opinion, one of the coolest dive watch collections on the market. The 60s inspiration is clear to see in the svelte size and sleek lines of the lugs, dive timer bezel and case.

Oris Divers Sixty-Five Calibre 400 No Date Edition

For this no date edition, the dial is a lovely emerald green colour paired with applied indexes in rectangle, circle and shield shapes. The hour markers and hands are all coated with Super-LumiNova for low light legibility. Plus, of course, there’s no date window at the traditional 6 o’clock position, giving the watch a full complement of markers.

Oris Divers Sixty-Five Calibre 400 No Date Edition

Visible through the exhibition caseback is the titular Calibre 400, an automatic movement with a whopping 120-hour power reserve and -3/+5 seconds per day accuracy. On top of that, Oris are so confident in its quality and reliability that it comes with a 10-year warranty. Seeing this movement in more watches is only ever a positive.

Oris Divers Sixty-Five Calibre 400 No Date Edition

With a price of £3,300, which is not dissimilar to the Hölstein Edition 2024. Although unlike the Hölstein, the Divers Sixty-Five Calibre 400 no date is part of the core collection, meaning it’s not a limited edition and anyone who wants one can purchase one. Although the decision between the stealthy black version and the emerald no date is not an easy one to make.

Price and Specs:

Model: Oris Divers Sixty-Five Calibre 400
Ref: 01 400 7774 4057-07 8 19 18
Case: 38mm diameter, stainless steel
Dial: Green
Water resistance: 100m (10 bar)
Movement: Oris calibre 400, automatic, 31 jewels
Frequency: 28,800 vph (4 Hz)
Power reserve: 120h
Functions: Hours, minutes, seconds
Strap: Stainless steel bracelet with folding clasp
Price: £3,300

More details at Oris.

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Michael Sonsino

As Digital Editor for Oracle Time, Michael needs an eye for detail, which makes it a good thing that his twin joys in life are miniatures and watches. He's a lifelong fan of fine timepieces, especially those of a more historic nature - if it has a twist of Art Deco, all the better. Recent purchase: Seiko Prospex 1959 Alpinist Modern Re-Interpretation. Grail watch: Vacheron Constantin Historiques American 1921.