Can someone please, please, please, figure out a way to scale up the 16mm Ginault/chinese glidelock clasp to 18mm and redesign it to accept 18mm spring bars on both ends? The watch community is so obviously starved of a really solid clasp to throw onto their Seiko stock / Strapcode / Other watches, that this is a huge opportunity waiting to take the watch world by storm.
Whether it is 3D printing these clasps (similar to how E.C. Andersson 3D prints), or machining, someone needs to be our hero and figure this out. I am tired of these generic ratcheting clasps (Strapcode, Mido), and the parmesan cheese grater (MM300 clasp), that it forces a bracelet-only guy like me to go for brands like Monta or Rolex, when all I want to do is laugh at the bigger brands with my $300-feels-like-$2000-shark-fin-handed Turtle on my wrist. Is it really that difficult to create this? I mean if GS puts the same MM300 clasp on $5000+ GS Divers, it must be I guess. Am I missing something? Am I too high maintenance?
Thank you for listening.