Inexpensive Oyster style bracelet?

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    Inexpensive Oyster style bracelet?

    I almost hate to even ask this, but can anyone recommend a GOOD, inexpensive Oyster style bracelet w/ CURVED ends for what I call my "stunt watch"? :)


    I have a cheap Casio MDV-106 I bought to wear at work (I sell automotive parts) so I don't beat up my nicer watches. I've seen some online, but most of them have straight ends or are listed as for fitting Sekio 007 divers, and I'm not 100% sure they'll fit.

    This watch is cheap BTW, like $40 new LOL :), so I'm not looking for a $100 plus bracelet for it or anything like that.




    Thanks -
    Eric

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    Re: Inexpensive Oyster style bracelet?

    eBay lists a bunch. Also look at strapcode.com or it's sister site, tungchoy.com for starters.
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