20mm mesh bracelet options
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    20mm mesh bracelet options

    Hi guys, looking for recommendations for a new mesh band, to fit my Bremont Supermarine S300.

    In the past I have had Breitling Superocean Heritage watches on the mesh and I must say that the quality was superb. Something comparable would be ideal.

    The things I liked about the Breitling mesh were:

    • Straight endlinks
    • Removable links in the same style as the band
    • Thickness/solidness
    • Polished finish


    I would like a quality clasp also.

    Happy to look at options at all price points, but as always, the cheaper the better. Must be available for online purchase.

    Thanks!
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    Re: 20mm mesh bracelet options

    I had a mesh bracelet from watchgecko that is the affordable equivalent of our Breitling SOH mesh. I think it cost me $80-90 at the time. It has a diver style clasp but seamless removable links like the Breitling bracelet. I would highly recommend it but I just checked the website and don't see it listed for sale anymore.

    Perhaps you can find one used? Or contact Watchgecko to see if they will run more?

    Not my pictures but I found these online to help give you a visual. To me it's the perfect affordable alternative. I even polished the clasp to match the look of my Breitling mesh bracelet.

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    Re: 20mm mesh bracelet options

    Quote Originally Posted by rbanks40 View Post
    I had a mesh bracelet from watchgecko that is the affordable equivalent of our Breitling SOH mesh. I think it cost me $80-90 at the time. It has a diver style clasp but seamless removable links like the Breitling bracelet. I would highly recommend it but I just checked the website and don't see it listed for sale anymore.

    Perhaps you can find one used? Or contact Watchgecko to see if they will run more?

    Not my pictures but I found these online to help give you a visual. To me it's the perfect affordable alternative. I even polished the clasp to match the look of my Breitling mesh bracelet.
    Thanks, that's exactly like I am after!
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    Re: 20mm mesh bracelet options

    Possibly the best. Suitable for a Bremont.

    Metal Mesh ? Hermann Staib GmbH ? Pforzheim |
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    Re: 20mm mesh bracelet options

    Staib is one of the best mesh bracelets brands out there, IMHO.
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    Re: 20mm mesh bracelet options

    Staib is excellent quality. Also check out Jurgen's mesh; it is a little spendy but the quality is top notch. The customer service and response to questions are second to none. As an example I sent an email with a question over the weekend thinking I would get a reply on Monday, I got an immediate reply which was at 0430 in Germany. Jurgen's mesh does not have removable sections.
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