Thats tight! I wear mine loose, probably a little to loose. I need my bracelets looser than my straps for some reason. Larger watches (43mm+) I wear tighter but still loose, mainly so I do not smash them into things as easily.
Better to regret something you have done, than something you haven't done...
Man his hand is going to turn blue.
More than last year less than next year, consolidation not withstanding
Looks very uncomfortable.
Ideally,i'd like the watch to fit nicely without it shifting but if it's too tight,i prefer wearing it loose. 1 way i know when it's too tight is when my wrist feels tensed or restricted by the watch when i bend my wrist upwards. From there,i'll just go 1 notch looser.
Bracelets so that it will slide up and down yet not roll on my wrist. In the winter this equates to about 1", but in the summer about 1/2".
With a strap I wear it a little more tight/snug than with a bracelet, but then again it's easy to adjust a strap while out and about.
To be comfortable, my watches must pass the "Pinkie Test."
The first joint of my pinkie finger must be able to pass through the bracelet or strap at the clasp or buckle. When it does, it's perfect.
In the Box:
Vintage Patek Phillippe Vintage Concord Vintage Omega Vintage Movado Sub-Sea Kingmatic
Rolex SS Submariner Date Omega SMP Bond Black Tag Heuer 2000 Series CE1120
Ball Engineer Master II Classic BE Ball Engineer Hydrocarbon Titanium "Mad Cow"
Ball Fireman Storm Chaser Pro Ball BMW Classic BK Ball Engineer III Legend
Rado Ceramica Multifunction Rado Sintra Jubile' Movado Eliro Accutron VX200
Bathys 100 Fathoms Oceanus 5 Motor OCW-600 Citizen Skyhawk Titanuim
Dievas Divergraph Pro Blue Seiko Orange,Black"Monster" Purple "Night Monster"
Orient Orange,Yellow,Blue,Black"Mako" Orient Power Reserve CEX0R001W
Swiss Legend Atlantis 1000m Sector 200 Pulsar PF3 Series Chrono Fossil Chrono CH-2464
Theorema "Monte Carlo" Skeleton Alpha Omega "Bond" Homage
Casio G-Shock DW5600C Rare Japan V case back
....and still growing with a lot of Ball's
Tight enough so it doesn't slide along the wrist. I hate it when the watch moves on the wrist - some people just let the watch dangle there completely loose. Argh!!
Lots of dive watches.
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