This limited RedBar edition Oris Diver Sixty-Five was produced with an oxblood red dial that takes on different shades depending on the lighting.
Back in June it was announced by the RedBar Group (@redbarcrew on Instagram). That they would be creating a limited edition RedBar watch in collaboration with Oris. The timepiece seen above is #20 of 100 examples made and features an oxblood red dial and numbered case-back with the RedBar logo. This collaboration piece is available only to registered RedBar chapter members. A portion of the proceeds from the purchase go back to the RedBar fund: An initiative by the RedBar Group to give back to charities in communities where RedBar Chapters are active.
The case back on the Limited RedBar Edition Oris Diver Sixty-Five. Featuring the RedBar logo and production number.
The Diver Sixty-Five was a smart choice as it was released at Baselworld 2018 and features a 40mm stainless steel case, and a bronze bezel that will take on a nice patina as it ages.
The dial is done in the perfect shade of red that really has to be seen in person to appreciate. The rose gold hands and indices pair well with the creamy faux aged lume hour markers. It was a smart choice to do without a date window as I feel it would have taken away from the symmetry and simplicity of the vintage inspired dial. The dial is devoid of script with the exception of the Oris name, water resistance indication at six o’clock, and “Swiss Made” discreetly placed at the bottom of the dial.
The case is complimented by a dark chocolate brown suede calf skin strap with red accent stitching.
Specs of the watch:
Movement: Oris Caliber 733 (Sellita SW 200-1).
Case: 40mm Stainless steel.
Crystal: Double domed sapphire crystal.
Water Resistance: 10 Bar/ 100 meters.
Bezel: Bronze with aluminum insert.
Crown: Screw down.
Hands: Rose-gold plated hands and indices filled with Superluminova.
Functions: Hours, minutes, seconds.
Power Reserve: Approximately 38 hours.
Frequency: 4 Hz (28,800 vph).
Price: $2,100.00 USD.
Availability: Limited to only 100 pieces and with proof of registered membership with a recognized RedBar chapter.
It should be noted that after wearing the watch for nearly two weeks it has only gained +20 seconds keeping well within chronometer (COSC) specs even though it isn’t certified as such. This is a testament to the craftsmanship and quality of regulation of the watch movement by Oris’s watchmaking team.
A big thank you to Adam Craniotes, Kathleen McGivney, James Lamdin, and everyone else at RedBar who were instrumental in creating this awesome timepiece.
For more information regarding Oris timepieces please visit: https://www.oris.ch