Borrowed Time: Oris Aquis

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Borrowed Time: Oris Aquis

Post by koimaster » May 31st 2018, 9:54am

Oris’s Aquis collection of professional-grade divers’ watches has grown to encompass a variety of limited editions devoted to marine conservation and preservation causes (i.e., 2017’s Hammerhead), a handful of small complications like big dates and small seconds, and notably, an innovative mechanical depth gauge. At this year’s Baselworld, the Holstein-based brand added a chronograph to the lineup. It was a timepiece that instantly caught my eye and, as of a few weeks ago, found its way to my wrist for some review time. Here are my impressions of the Oris Aquis Chronograph.

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Re: Borrowed Time: Oris Aquis

Post by TemerityB » May 31st 2018, 6:14pm

And yet, it never strained against any of my shirt cuffs and never felt like it was dragging my forearm down; maybe it’s the rubber strap, maybe it’s how that convex curved caseback nestles oh-so-naturally into the subtle indentation of the wrist, but once you start wearing this watch, it begins to feel like a part of you.

Oh, stop it, Bernardo, just stop it.
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