Befitting its abyssal ambitions, this watch is a leviathan: 51mm is a lot of watch. Having worn a ProDiver GMT for a week last year, I can vouch for the line’s relative comfort, thanks to stubby lugs and a lighter titanium case material. And visually, the black color of the Dive Control does shrink it a bit on the wrist. Still, by any measure, you’re going to know you’re wearing this one, and for some dive watch fans, the bigger the better. This is an incredibly sporty, masculine watch aesthetically, from the yellow dial accents to the supple rubber strap that Oris always does well. The adjustable clasp is genius, sliding and locking easily to accommodate wrist swelling or shrinkage.
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