Since 1904, Oris has called the Swiss village of Hölstein home. And now, the watchmaker is creating a new series of timepieces to help celebrate their roots. The first watch to honor their history is an all-bronze edition of the Oris Divers Sixty-Five Chronograph. The 43mm case and bracelet are bronze, as is the bezel, bezel insert, crown, and pushers — which Oris says is a first in the world of Swiss watchmaking. The Hölstein is powered by automatic movement with a 48-hour power reserve, while gold plating can be found on the dial, subdials, and indices. A smiling Oris Bear on the case back completes the look and only 250 pieces will be available worldwide.