Oris Aquis Ladies' Automatic Watch
Oris Aquis Ladies' Automatic Watch
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Since breaking out Watches into its own Community, we’ve been eager to offer a wider range of styles to our members. So we knew our first venture into ladies’ watches had to be top notch Read More

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Stiggerten
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Sep 4, 2019
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Please add it again!!
Sep 4, 2019
propig
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Jan 28, 2019
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I got this watch from last drop, thought this might help you guys. My partner bought it thinking it will be ok for male wrists (says so in reviews) and checked photo reviews. I ended up getting it off him because it looked very small on him and he has quite thin wrists. The thing with it is that it seems to appear significantly larger in photos taken with phones (at least iphones). I have taken a photo for your reference (on my wrist - and I have very thin wrist even for females). The watch looks A LOT larger in the photo than what it actually is. It may be the optics? In actual it just looks just like the size for ladies' diver watch (ie larger than ladies' small dress watches). I believe it will look very small for male wrists. As of quality I am no watch savvy. However it never caused any trouble and it does seem to be pretty tough with everyday use. I would say it looks quite nice with low profile, however bear in mind that Oris won't stock any straps or bracelets for ladies' diver watches especially in this black. You do know Oris makes this funny lug which won't fit conventional straps either. The rubber band is really nice though, so no issues for me (think I had this watch for more than 6 months for sure if not 1 year and still going well). The strap stinks initially however gradually it fades out into vanilla like faint scent then disappears. It also tapers a bit and looks fine on my wrist which means it can look quite thin on other people's. If you haven't worn automatic or diver watches it will feel very heavy and thick on you initially but gradually you'll get used to it. Also if you have small wrists like I do you will end up getting strap ends sticking out, and trying to adjust by cutting the opposite end strap will shift the buckle too much to one side. I tried looking for options however leaving it as is seemed to be the best option. If Oris and Massdrop can do some straps or bracelet drop for this watch I woud love to join please. Final verdict : If size fits this is a very nice watch at a great price.
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Jan 28, 2019
xMisterVx
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Oct 22, 2018
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Come on, one more drop...
Oct 22, 2018
mcampos
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Dec 1, 2018
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Agreed!
Dec 1, 2018
Tayath
28
Jun 6, 2018
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I also want to mention that this watch looked really good on my brother too, who has similar sized wrist as me (6.5").
Jun 6, 2018
brothertime
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Jun 12, 2018
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I have a 6" wrist, and it looks good on me.
Jun 12, 2018
skndol
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Jun 12, 2018
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i have 5,9 so should be perfect on mine hahaha if not... will be a gift for the girlfriend. i wish i could buy an oris 43mm
Jun 12, 2018
Cloaca
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Jun 4, 2018
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This guy in Germany makes custom aftermarket leather straps that will fit Oris watches. They look quite well made (and expensive).
https://www.flickr.com/photos/124068590@N04/albums/72157658112395974
https://diaboliqstraps.jimdo.com/gallery/
Jun 4, 2018
Tayath
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Feb 8, 2018
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I been wearing mine since i got it and i got curious how accurate it was. I know if i was super anal about accuracy, i'd wear a quartz or look at my smartphone, but just out of curiosity, wanted to see how my watch stacks up. I know it's not COSC certified and it's not a chronometer watch, but i was expecting the watch to be off to the tune of around ~10sec a day.
In the past 25hrs, it's 65 seconds fast, is that normal? To those people that bought this watch, have you guys noticed anything yet? I'm going to keep my watch running and see how off it is after a week, just to satisfy my scientific curiosity.
Feb 8, 2018
Tayath
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Feb 9, 2018
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Thank you for your response, you've confirmed my suspicion that its a bit too off. Its not magnetized, i used the app Lepsi to check, but i’ll run it by a degrausser if i get the chance. I do think it was the shipping, when i opened the box the watch was not securely in the holder; both the holder and the watch were lose in the box.
Edit: i reran it on the lepsi app and it showed that it is magnetized. note to self, when checking the watch, make sure to face the case-back and not the watch face to the phone. The magnetism must be so minute that it didn't pick it up when i scanned the watch-face.
Feb 9, 2018
CeeCab705
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Feb 9, 2018
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Who knows what it may have sat next to in transit. I'm pretty sure a powerful motor or speaker could've done it. Let us know if the degauser fixes it.
Feb 9, 2018
CeeCab705
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Jan 31, 2018
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I would definitely like to see pics of this on a man with small wrists. I was super tempted to buy it since I have 6" wrists, but in the end chickened out because of the lack of pictures out there. I guess I could pick one up and hand it down to the GF.
Jan 31, 2018
CeeCab705
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Jun 8, 2018
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They are considerably longer. Righty tighty/ lefty loosey. Did you go the wrong way with them?
Jun 8, 2018
Xien
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Jun 8, 2018
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It was quite a while ago. I believe I did unscrew them the right way but I did not use a proper watch holder to hold the case in place, just an extra helping hand to stabilise the watch. Perhaps the angle which I applied the force cause them to snap?
Jun 8, 2018
Cloaca
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Jan 24, 2018
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For the record, this time around 30 purchased so far at $479.99, shortly before the drop ended.
Last time, 35 sold at $479.99.
https://www.massdrop.com/buy/oris-aquis-ladies-automatic-watch/talk/1880674
So this is selling reasonably well for a watch in its price range, and for ladies.
Jan 24, 2018
Tayath
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Jan 25, 2018
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It got up to 30 purchased when i last saw it. Now comes the difficult game of waiting for my watch to get in.
Jan 25, 2018
Cloaca
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Jan 25, 2018
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Thanks, I changed it. I like to record the number sold and price for items I'm interested in, since Massdrop seems to send that information to the memory hole when a drop ends.
Jan 25, 2018
Co-Axial
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Jan 23, 2018
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Waiting / wishing this to be offered in stainless steel and with the bracelet. Long term, stainless will show fewer dings and wear than PVD. The watch is still a good value at this price.
Jan 23, 2018
ITru
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Jan 22, 2018
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Nice watch for the nice price. It's very difficult to find a good photo or video of this watch on hand in order to understand how they look. But a little searching and comparing with similar models help me to understand some things. The main thing is that it is not a unisex watch. Rubber band width going from 18mm to 14mm and it will be very weird-looking on male wrist. Secondly, I was afraid that this watch is very massive because on several sites height indicates as 13 mm. But I found true dimensions of the watch from the owner and it is 11 mm. Lug to lug size only 40 mm and it is less than Seiko snk809 (I have this watch and it fits very good on my wife's wrist). So, I join - will buy this piece for my wife.
Jan 22, 2018
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I got this watch from last drop, thought this might help you guys. My partner bought it thinking it will be ok for male wrists (says so in reviews) and checked photo reviews. I ended up getting it off him because it looked very small on him and he has quite thin wrists. The thing with it is that it seems to appear significantly larger in photos taken with phones (at least iphones). I have taken a photo for your reference (on my wrist - and I have very thin wrist even for females). The watch looks A LOT larger in the photo than what it actually is. It may be the optics? In actual it just looks just like the size for ladies' diver watch (ie larger than ladies' small dress watches). I believe it will look very small for male wrists. As of quality I am no watch savvy. However it never caused any trouble and it does seem to be pretty tough with everyday use. I would say it looks quite nice with low profile, however bear in mind that Oris won't stock any straps or bracelets for ladies' diver watches especially in this black. You do know Oris makes this funny lug which won't fit conventional straps either. The rubber band is really nice though, so no issues for me (think I had this watch for more than 6 months for sure if not 1 year and still going well). The strap stinks initially however gradually it fades out into vanilla like faint scent then disappears. It also tapers a bit and looks fine on my wrist which means it can look quite thin on other people's. If you haven't worn automatic or diver watches it will feel very heavy and thick on you initially but gradually you'll get used to it. Also if you have small wrists like I do you will end up getting strap ends sticking out, and trying to adjust by cutting the opposite end strap will shift the buckle too much to one side. I tried looking for options however leaving it as is seemed to be the best option. If Oris and Massdrop can do some straps or bracelet drop for this watch I woud love to join please. Final verdict : If size fits this is a very nice watch at a great price. [image]