I have just bought an Oris Great Barrier Reef II (although having some concerns/issues over purchase and paperwork, full story here https://forums.watchuseek.com/f2/buyi...r-3918530.html).
One thing I wanted to ask other Oris owners was about the rubber strap with deployment clasp. I realise that Oris make proper diving watches, so the strap is designed with fitting over a dive suit in mind.
But I have just under 7" wrists, not particularly small, yet I had to tighten the clasp to the tightest setting and put the deployment in the tightest hole in order to get the caseback to sit snug against the back of my wrist. It just fits and no more, and leaves a lot of excess rubber strap wrapped underneath. Is this normal? Or do Oris provide rubber straps of varying lengths and I got a longer style?
I've seen a mention here and there of people cutting their strap, so just wondered if its standard that Oris rubber straps are above average length and the idea is you fit to your size and cut away the excess, or if there's actually shorter straps and I should contact them to get hold of one?