Here at Fratello, we love vintage jump watches. They not just address the occasions wherein they were made yet in addition express the quality and accuracy of assembling accessible nowadays. So when I ran over this amazing cooperation, I wanted to investigate the new CronotempVS  × Oris Spirit of Sixty-Five.

Back in the sixties, two submerged plunging pioneers Hans Hass and Christian J. Lambertse required an appropriate device watch that was mechanically best in class enough to help different jumpers monitor the time while plunging. Oris was the significant supporter in this endeavor and it brought about the absolute first Oris plunging looks for proficient divers.

In 2015, Oris chose to commemorate this plunging achievement. The brand delivered an accolade for those early plunging watches from 1965. The main model from the Sixty-Five assortment had the first subtleties of the principal jumper however profited by all the innovative headways made since the underlying delivery 50 years sooner. In 2016, Oris dispatched the 42mm case as a restricted release and reverence to Carl Brashear, the primary Afroamerican Master Diver in the United States Navy, whose story was deified by the film “Men of Honor”. Regarding the gear utilized by the salvage jumpers of that period, Oris picked bronze to honor Master Diver Brashear.

The Spirit Of Sixty-Five

This most recent cycle of the Oris Sixty-Five was consistently not too far off. It was inevitable. This year, our companions from CronotempVS Collectors collaborated with Oris to make a genuinely novel watch that resembles the one from 1965. What I love the most about this watch is the exquisite dial. It expertly gorillas what a 50-year-old tritium dial may look like.

The dark fumé blended in with unsaturated green Super-LumiNova brings about a definitive vintage vibe. Moreover, the dark red finish second hand is a stand-apart component here. To finish everything off, the “Soul of Sixty-Five” comes with a vintage earthy colored calfskin tie.

The 42mm case is waterproof up to 100 meters. Additionally, its strong screw-down crown and steel case back makes it a totally ideal plunge watch. At its heart, it conveys a programmed development. Behind that shut case back, the Oris 733 will cheerfully beat away for 38 hours on a full wind.

Price and Availability

The plan of this watch isn’t the solitary thing that gestures to the well known plunge watch from 1965. This piece is restricted to just 65 units. The cost? An agreeable €2,000, which appears to be quite sensible for a particularly appealing reverence. You can hold yours on the .