Let’s be honest, limited edition watches are so plentiful these days, it’s easy to get inured to them or even jaded. But what these editions offer are usually bold spins on existing watches, with colors and cues you won’t then see on everyone’s wrist, such as IWC’s Laureus editions or Omega’s 007 watches. The Oris Source of Life Limited Edition might be significant not for its subject matter (unless you’re a Rhine River fanatic), but more for its handsome looks. The blue-grey dial, grey in the bezel and strap, and the unique date indication combine to set this one apart from the rest of the Aquis line, or really from other dive watches out there in general.
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