Mesh or Solid SS Bracelet for my next incoming?

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    Mesh or Solid SS Bracelet for my next incoming?



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    I know what you are thinking! It belongs on the strap! But straps are very uncomfortable for me in the warmer months. Instead of the standard solid SS bracelet - Mesh might be a nice change of pace. What do you think?
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    Re: Mesh or Solid SS Bracelet for my next incoming?

    I looked at that model (or one very similar to it) when I was in BKK. Zenith has some beautiful watches out. I'd definitely leave that on the strap but...if you're going to change it to a mesh pick one of the thinner ones. And congrats!

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    Re: Mesh or Solid SS Bracelet for my next incoming?

    never tinker with perfection. (leave that beauty alone)
    wonderful choice btw.
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    Re: Mesh or Solid SS Bracelet for my next incoming?

    Quote Originally Posted by casiophile View Post
    I looked at that model (or one very similar to it) when I was in BKK. Zenith has some beautiful watches out. I'd definitely leave that on the strap but...if you're going to change it to a mesh pick one of the thinner ones. And congrats!
    Thanks. A thinner mesh might fit the bill. It may somehow compliment the guilloche dial.

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    never tinker with perfection. (leave that beauty alone)
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    I agree. But I cant do straps in the summer
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    Re: Mesh or Solid SS Bracelet for my next incoming?

    it's great to see zenith get some attention around here. with so many watches at his avail, donut has purchased numerous pieces from zenith. there is no query on my part as to his reasoning!!
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    Re: Mesh or Solid SS Bracelet for my next incoming?

    I think with a black dial you might have been able to pull a thin mesh/Milanese off. With white, it's a bit harder ... The Elite is really thin as well, so that makes it tougher to pull off an SS bracelet too. Anyways, you can get both and try them out ... you might surprise yourself, and others as well!
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    Re: Mesh or Solid SS Bracelet for my next incoming?

    As the watch is of the Dressy style, I think you need to find a mesh made from small "links"

    White/Silver Dial does go very well with a S/s mesh!
    Here is my -74 Omega Constellstion with a -74 Omega mesh.

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    Re: Mesh or Solid SS Bracelet for my next incoming?

    Thanks for the replies and pic! Any other thoughts and pics appreciated!
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