Up for sale is a catch-and-release for me, the Oris Divers Sixty-Five in 36mm, in steel (NOT the bronze version) on a bracelet.

This is yet another in the awesome line of vintage-inspired divers created by Oris, in a vintage-inspired size of 36mm. If you don't know about this particular watch, I'll let Hodinkee describe it for you:
https://shop.hodinkee.com/blogs/jour...ixty-five-36mm

Specs:
Model: Divers Sixty-Five
Reference: 01 733 7747 4055-07 8 17 18
Functions: Hours, minutes, seconds, date
Material: Stainless steel
Dimensions: 36mm diameter; 13mm thickness (though a significant portion of this thickness is due to the tall, domed/boxed crystal. It really wears more like less than 12mm thick--look at the side profile!)
Caseback: Closed steel back with special engravings
Dial: Blue, faux aged numerals
Lume: Yes, Superluminova
Caliber: Automatic Sellita SW 200-1
Power Reserve: 38 hours
Water Resistance: 100 meters
Bracelet/Strap: Stainless-steel bracelet with folding clasp
Lug Width: 17mm
Manufactured: Switzerland

I was surprised how well it wore on my 7" wrist and how it exudes quality, from the rich, deep dark blue dial (I'd guess it's black in lots of lighting) to the riveted bracelet, to the solid clasp, to the awesome box sapphire crystal. Seriously, if you're one of those people who like to watch a domed crystal distort a watch face, this one is for you.

This version is in decent condition. I don't see any marks on the crystal, bezel, or on the brushed, top faces of the case. There are a few small scratches on the mirror polished sides of the case (I have to squint to see 'em), and the case back has what I'd call significant, small surface scratches (again on a mirror polished surface). The bracelet has a few desk diving marks, but not a ton. Please look at the pics attached, or ask questions if you have specific concerns. I've just worn the watch a bit, so I haven't timed closely, but I think that it's operating within spec. Again, YMMV.

This watch comes with only the watch, bracelet with one link + 2 half links, and an additional Hirsch Ascott leather strap with just a small crease on one of the last holes (a fifty-dollar retail value. No box, no papers, no extra links. However, the bracelet fits my 7" wrist with a little bit of space (and one more micro-adjustment hole to spare). Because this is a new model, I think sourcing additional links won't be too hard. Or, if you have a 7" or smaller wrist, this should fit just fine.

I'm asking $775 OBRO, shipped via USPS Priority Mail, and payment with PayPal (fees included). Since these are still being sold at over twenty-one hundred dollars retail, that seems like a pretty good deal, even with the missing parts. I would consider shipping internationally if the buyer has good feedback here, is willing to pay additional costs of shipping, and is willing to take the risk of loss if the watch doesn't show up.

Thanks for looking! Send me a PM with offers! And onto the pics!