The Oris Aquis Depth Gauge, as it’s called, looks at first glance much like your average desk diver: thick bezel that clicks, hefty case, fat hands, and a minimal dial design. But such a simple recipe has proven difficult for many brands, though when it works, it really works. The Aquis Depth Gauge certainly works, finding harmony in a deceptively simple design. The hour markers are legible but not intrusive, the hands are purposeful but not obnoxious, and the depth gauge would almost go unnoticed if you weren’t looking for it.
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