I've been on the fence about this one, but although it's been a great companion while I've had it and a remarkably robust semi-daily - I think the time has come to pass it along. A nicely kept Oris 65 in 36mm steel case with Bronze Bezel. Black dial, functions perfectly in my observation (been a semi-daily for about 4 months, no nicks or scratches of note - caseback does display wear as seen below). Simply seeing what else is out there or possibly putting the funds into one of my other hobbies. Currently on a well-worn Hadley Roma leather strap, comes with un-used OEM factory Nato pictured and all books, cards, etc. Cards have not been filled out. For sale only at this time and reduced to: $900 net to me, SOLD 6/17/'21 shipping included w/in CONUS Trades will be considered but primarily looking for a sale on this one. Apologies for the small smudges my fingers put on the crystal in a couple of the shots! Please feel free to reach out with any questions, and thanks for looking as always. *Didn't want to over-bump, but yep, @SkunkPrince - as per Oris' website, the ref 01 733 7747 4354-07 4 17 18 (this example) is a Steel/Bronze case - I tend to agree that it does have a very 'old brass' look to it, which I think they might have been going for to amp-up the 'retro' styling. Not sure about that in all honesty, but the two other examples I've seen in person (albeit one was a 40mm w/date at 6:00 IIRC) had a very similar brassy sort of look to them. I can only assume it's part of the intended aesthetic. Site link for specs clarification only, please refer to images below of condition of this specific example: 01 733 7771 3155-07 8 19 15 - Oris Divers Sixty-Five - Oris Divers - Diving - Collection - Oris. Swiss Watches in Hölstein since 1904.