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    MM300 on starpcode. Angus Jubilee v Super Engineer II ??

    Looking to grab an alternative bracelet for the MM300 and the only option seems to be strapcode.

    I picked up a super oyster a couple of months ago but was soooo disappointed I returned immediately for a refund.


    I now see they have released two further bracelets: Angus Jubilee and super engineer II

    I am torn and looking for opinions/advice.

    What are your preferences and why?

    Anyone own either and can comment on quality and comfort?

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    Re: MM300 on starpcode. Angus Jubilee v Super Engineer II ??

    I don't have a MM300 but have a super jubilee on one watch and super engineer on another and hands down for comfort its jubilee all the way. The MM300 is a hefty watch and the super engineer is a hefty bracelet which will add a lot more weight so won't be as comfortable...in my opinion ofcourse.
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    Re: MM300 on starpcode. Angus Jubilee v Super Engineer II ??

    I purchased the angus jubilee and loved the fitting of the endlinks. Also with my 6.2 inch wrist, jubilee bracelet is perfect.

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    Re: MM300 on starpcode. Angus Jubilee v Super Engineer II ??

    I'd also go for the Angus Jubilee. Purchased one in fact but my order got cancelled because they were all out of stock.

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    Re: MM300 on starpcode. Angus Jubilee v Super Engineer II ??

    As soon as SC replenishes their MM300 I'll be getting an Angus. I had thought hard for the Super Engineer, especially the Type II, but slowly veered towards the Jubilee style.

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    Re: MM300 on starpcode. Angus Jubilee v Super Engineer II ??

    That Super Engineer doesn't seem to taper.

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    Re: MM300 on starpcode. Angus Jubilee v Super Engineer II ??

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    That Super Engineer doesn't seem to taper.
    Just as a quick update. I did indeed get the Angus Jubilee.I have sized it and had it on the MM300 for a couple of hours however for now Ihave gone back to the Crafterblue as it is just so comfortable and fits in withmy daily activity schedule.

    The Angus Jubilee is however a massive improvement on theprevious attempts so will be keeping it and will probably go on once the weathergets warmer (I prefer bracelet when it gets a bit hot and sweaty but thenliving in the uk this usually lasts for about two weeks of the summer J)

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    Re: MM300 on starpcode. Angus Jubilee v Super Engineer II ??

    I suspect they will eventually offer up a standard oyster with better fitted end links... the angus seems too be a healthy step in the right direction.
    Id love to see a president style bracelet with a appropriate / well fitted end link.
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    Re: MM300 on starpcode. Angus Jubilee v Super Engineer II ??

    I recently acquired the super engineer bracelet from them and am happy to report it is quite comfortable to wear.
    A hefty bracelet though....and I do wish they had made the links smaller....and a whole lot lighter. My comparison is with similar brietling bracelets.
    For now, It fits my blue lagoon samurai quite well and has been a pleasure to use.

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    Re: MM300 on starpcode. Angus Jubilee v Super Engineer II ??

    If they could have tapered the bracelet so that it would have a 20mm buckle....would be perfect.

    As far as resizing...the super engineer uses screws that make resizing quick and easy.

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