Oris Divers Sixty-Five Cotton Candy 01 733 7771 3157-07 3 19 03BR
Swiss Oris 733 automatic clockwork
This watch is powered by a Swiss Oris 733 automatic clockwork, a development of Selita's SW220-1 clockwork. It has 26 jewels and 38 hours of reserve (so long a fully charged automatic clockwork will run, while not being in movement).
The date is shown on the display.
This watch's pointers are coated with Super Luminova pigment (not radioactive), that gives up to 10 times more effect than conventional pigmentation.
Prevents penetration of water. To set the watch, the crown must first be screwed up.
This watch is equipped with a rotating bezel, which can be used to mark the beginning/ end of a time interval.
This watch strap is made from durable and light nylon.
Sapphire is up to 7 times harder than steel, and surpassed only by diamonds on the Mohs scale. This makes sapphire glass a great protection for your watch.
This watch automatically charges from the energy caused by your movement. If the battery is emptied, it only needs a few seconds of movement/energy to start working again.
Water protection: 100 meter (10 bar)
This watch can be worn while swimming. 10 bar/100 meter refers to the pressure in water, at that depth, while motionless... and should not be seen as the depth for wearing the watch..
Condensation - important!
Rapid changes in temperature can cause condensation inside the watch. If you notice moisture beneath the glass, you should immediately go to a watchmaker, who can open and dry the watch. Even if the signs of moisture disappears, by themselves... the moisture will not - and will eventually damage your watch - so, visit a professional and remove it permanently. Even waterproof watches are not protected against condensation, so keep that in mind if you plan to go from very hot to very cold temperatures - like from a hot sauna directly to the snow. If condensation occurs, it very rarely (if ever) depends on manufacturing, so if your watch is damaged by moisture, warranty will probably not cover it (it could be manufacturing issues, but... most likely it will be because of the rapid change of temperature = natural causes).
Case made of stainless steel.
Case made of stainless steel.
Does this watch fit your wrist? Wristwatches has gradually become larger in size, and a typical men's watch is usually between 40 and 45 mm wide. If you have a wrist that is noticeable larger/smaller, we recommend that you focus on the sizes in/outside the outer edges of the typical sizes. You are always welcome to contact our support, so we can share our experience with you.
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|Strap width||19 mm|
|Band length||14-22 cm|
|Clasp Type||Deployment clasp|
|Case material||Stainless steel|
|Color of dial||Green|
|Water resistance||10 atm (bath/swimming)|
How is the size of the watch measured?
The common term is diameter, but since not all watches have circular watch cases, the diameter is actually the width measured from left to right. Note that some manufacturers include the crown (to set the clock) and the buttons when measuring the width, but we try to standardize all the watches by not including the crown as part of the measured width.
The thickness - or height of the watch in profile - is indicated by measuring the watch from top to bottom as illustrated below. By comparison, a 1-euro coin is 2.33 millimeters thick.
One usually defines the watches with these numbers:
Slim: 4-6 millimeter
Normal: 6-12 millimeter
Big: 12-14 millimeter
Oversize: 14-18 millimeter
If you buy this watch together with:and ; tools to easily adjust/replace your bracelet/strap, we will give you a big discount.
We also recommend, for removing scratches on metal - or if you just want to make it look new again. If you have scratches on glass, then this is the item for you: .