On a full steel bracelet or either a black or dark blue rubber strap, the Aquis GMT Date uses an Oris-modified Sellita SW 330-1 with a date display at three and a 24-hour independent GMT hand. Functionality is enhanced with a lovely ceramic-clad 24-hour bezel, which allows for the tracking of an additional time zone against that of the GMT hand, which has its own hour track on the dial. Priced at $2,500 on the rubber and $2,700 on the bracelet, all of these elements come together to form what is likely myAquis models to date and one that I would love to take diving somewhere very far away from home.
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