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The Oris Divers Sixty-Five Date Cotton Candy Sepia

The Swiss brand feels it's time for a new, squid-ink coloured dial.

| By Denis Peshkov | 1 min read |

Oris made a splash a couple of years ago with the release of the immediately popular Divers Sixty-Five bronze series, the Cotton Candy, featuring vibrant, eye-catching dials in pink, light blue, and green, offered on a multi-piece bronze metal bracelet or leather strap. In 2022, the Swiss watchmaker expanded the collection by introducing equally vivid Perlon straps for the Divers Sixty-Five Cotton Candy bronze references, underscoring the more cheerful and playful nature of the series. This summer, Oris added stainless steel models to the collection, and now the Divers Sixty-Five Cotton Candy welcomes two new surprises in bronze with black dials, aptly named Sepia by the brand.

The new references maintain the 38mm diameter bronze case of other Cotton Candy models, still with a unidirectional bronze bezel and a bronze screw-in security crown. Both models feature a domed sapphire crystal with anti-reflective coating, protecting the new black dial adorned with circular and rectangular hour markers and a date window at 6 o’clock. Super-LumiNova-filled hour and minute hands, along with indices, ensure visibility in low-light conditions.

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Powering these additions to the Divers Sixty-Five Cotton Candy series is the Oris 733 calibre, a modified version of the reliable Sellita SW 200-1 automatic movement with a 41-hour power reserve. The watches are available with a three-link bronze metal bracelet with a folding clasp or a black rubber strap, closed with a bronze pin buckle. 

The metal bracelet version is priced at EUR 2,750, while the rubber strap option comes at EUR 2,450. Both versions are now available and part of the permanent collection. For more information, please visit

1 response

  1. I`m such a nitpicker for harmony. I would consider it by why on earth the date numerals are not in the same hue as indices and case.


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