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Introducing The Oris x Momotaro Divers Sixty-Five Special Edition

Introducing The Oris x Momotaro Divers Sixty-Five Special Edition

Fast Take

The faction of Japanese denim is, as you may expect, amazing in the two its commitment to detail and its fixation on story and character. In a joint effort with Momotaro, a worshipped Japanese denim brand whose manifestations are frequently described by a couple of white stripes, this is the fresh out of the box new Oris x Momotaro Divers Sixty-Five exceptional edition.

If you think watches are paid attention to, stand by until you dunk a toe into the indigo blue waters of top of the line denim. A double enthusiasm coordinate made in paradise, the subsequent Divers Sixty-Five is an eye-getting mix of Oris’ qualities in shading, contrast, and shifted materials. 

Introductory Thoughts

Momotaro was established in 1992 and still conveys the equivalent “made by hand without compromise” mantra. For an uncommon release praising the brand and its famous style, Oris went with their consistently unique version prepared Divers Sixty-Five and such a turn on the Movember releases we’ve found before. Comprised of a 40mm steel case with a bronze bezel and a differentiation substantial dark bezel embed, the most attractive component of the Momotaro release is its delicate angle green dial, what begins in the middle as such a minty-green and afterward blurs to a dim green on the external edge of the dial. Match that with bronze-shaded markers and tan lume that matches both the warm tones of the metal dial emphasizes and the differentiation sewing on the denim tie, and you have an Oris that is both particular to different Divers Sixty-Five releases and rather cool. 

As the inhabitant Canadian at HODINKEE, you realize I feel comfortable around a denim-hefty portfolio, yet I can’t exactly choose where I land with the Levis look of the Momotaro tie. I like the particular utilization of materials and truly burrow the vibe of the stripes, however I can’t exactly get a feeling of how brilliant the blue is corresponding to the remainder of the watch. While it’s something I’d love to find face to face, Oris consistently makes a stunning showing with lashes, and Momotaro absolutely feels comfortable around a cut of denim. It’s absolutely unmistakable and, with the correct outfit, I figure the combo will look incredible on wrist. 

An illustration of Momotaro denim (left), and the new Oris x Momotaro Divers Sixty-Five release with its Momotaro packaging. 

Priced at $2,200, the Oris x Momotaro Divers Sixty-Five is the consequence of two autonomous brands coming together to make something fun, unique, and agent of each brand’s space. For those with a brain more for watches, it is a further feature of the plan adaptability pressed into the Divers Sixty-Five and a great task that takes their simple wearing jumper in another new direction. 

The Basics

Brand: Oris
Model: Oris x Momotaro Divers Sixty-Five Special Edition
Reference Number: 733 7707 4337

Diameter: 40mm
Thickness: 13mm
Case Material: Steel (bronze bezel)
Dial Color: Gradient green
Indexes: Applied with bronze coloring
Lume: Super-LumiNova “Light Old Radium” coloring
Water Resistance: 100 meters
Strap/Bracelet: Indigo Momotaro denim with two white “fight stripes”

The Movement

Caliber: Oris 733
Functions: Hours, minutes, seconds
Power Reserve: 38 hours
Winding: Automatic
Frequency: 4 Hz (28,800 vph)

Valuing & Availability

Price: $2,200
Availability: From May, 2020. 

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