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    Re: Seamaster 300 Master Co-Axial Owner's Thread

    I have really been considering this watch, but I have small 6.5" wrists and just not sure I can pull it off. Really wish there was one local I could try on. Any small wrist owners around?

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    Quote Originally Posted by usfpaul82 View Post
    I have really been considering this watch, but I have small 6.5" wrists and just not sure I can pull it off. Really wish there was one local I could try on. Any small wrist owners around?
    I'm LESS than 6.5" and here's an in flight photo. I used to be OC about size but now I just don't care and try to enjoy the watches I like.




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    Quote Originally Posted by usfpaul82 View Post
    I have really been considering this watch, but I have small 6.5" wrists and just not sure I can pull it off. Really wish there was one local I could try on. Any small wrist owners around?
    I have about 6,7" wrists and I'm really happy with the size of this watch. It wears a bit wider with the bracelet.
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    Re: Seamaster 300 Master Co-Axial Owner's Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by usfpaul82 View Post
    I have really been considering this watch, but I have small 6.5" wrists and just not sure I can pull it off. Really wish there was one local I could try on. Any small wrist owners around?
    I recently picked up the steel-on-steel version. Love this watch! My wrists are 6.5" and it's not a problem. I don't like wearing large watches because they look ridiculous on me. A Speedmaster Pro is even a little too big for me, and I can't touch the 9300 Speedy. But the 300 Master Co-Axial wears great. For all the talk about the straight lugs being too long and over-hanging wrists, I found this to be a non-issue on my small wrist. The watch, lug-to-lug, is only slightly longer than my 2500 AT with 39mm case. Thickness is another story, though. It's definitely a thicker watch for me, but not overly so. It still fits under most of my shirt cuffs with ease. A PO is too thick for me, but the 300 MC is fine. The bracelet is very nice and very comfortable, but I don't plan on keeping it on the bracelet all of the time. I will also pick up the leather strap and Nato at some point.

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    Re: Seamaster 300 Master Co-Axial Owner's Thread

    Hello everyone, first post here and thought it would fitting to make it in this thread since I was pushed over the edge on this watch and pulled the trigger. I'm looking to swap out the bracelet for a NATO but I can't find the exact size I would need. I've seen that the lugs are spaced 21mm apart but that it would fit a 22mm strap, is that somehow correct?
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    Re: Seamaster 300 Master Co-Axial Owner's Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Pack12 View Post
    Hello everyone, first post here and thought it would fitting to make it in this thread since I was pushed over the edge on this watch and pulled the trigger. I'm looking to swap out the bracelet for a NATO but I can't find the exact size I would need. I've seen that the lugs are spaced 21mm apart but that it would fit a 22mm strap, is that somehow correct?
    You can fit the 22mm NATO but a 21mm one will be better. There are 21mm options out there.. Crown and buckle + strapcode both have 21mm straps. With leather check out bas and lokes.. The latter is my favourite. I also have the omega NATO which is also available in 21mm.
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    Re: Seamaster 300 Master Co-Axial Owner's Thread

    My OEM 22mm's fit fine but 21 would be ideal.


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