Ratcheting Clasp

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    Ratcheting Clasp

    Thoughts on a ratcheting clasp on a dive watch?

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    Re: Ratcheting Clasp

    They are a great boon. When I’m slamming one shut I always take care not to let it nip the underside of my wrist - I don’t know if it would as I’ve never done it yet.

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    Re: Ratcheting Clasp

    They offer another option on clasp comfort, IMHO.
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    Re: Ratcheting Clasp

    Indispensable. If you ever have one you will wonder why all bracelets don't come with one.


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    Re: Ratcheting Clasp

    totally useless by my experience, and adds extra heft. I say pass.
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    Re: Ratcheting Clasp

    Would hate to be without one. Gives me a perfect fit no matter how cold or hot the weather.


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