Solid but Thin Aftermarket Bracelet

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    Solid but Thin Aftermarket Bracelet

    Do any of the aftermarket bracelet manufacturers/providers offer something solid link, but slim and thin? My point of reference is a Strapcode Super Oyster. It's great on my SKX, but I have a smaller 36mm watch (20mm lug) that I might want an aftermarket bracelet for and I think a Strapcode would be a touch too beefy. I'd be fine with straight end links rather than trying to luck into something to fit the case. Wouldn't have to be oyster-style, but I don't care for Jubilee or Beads of Rice type bracelets. Looking at my Strapcode, the adjustment screw heads probably wouldn't fit into anything thinner, so a split-pin or pin and collar type adjustment would be alright.

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    Re: Solid but Thin Aftermarket Bracelet

    Strapcode has the most prolific offering of bracelets at value pricing. I was going to suggest jubilee but you have considered that.

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    Re: Solid but Thin Aftermarket Bracelet

    How about a milanese mesh bracelet?

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    Re: Solid but Thin Aftermarket Bracelet

    Check out some "other" Seiko bracelets.
    I got one for my Alpinist and it's thinner than Strapcode's and was only $40.

    Also try timesofplenty on eBay. he has a ginormous selection of vintage bracelets of all kinds.
    There's probably something that'll fit and look great there. Ive gotten 2 straps from him and they were perfect on my older watches.

    Good luck, and send us pics when you find something!
    AlaskaJohnboy

    Check out "LostTimeFound" on Etsy for the best stuff.
    (and a few on eBay as baroosk)

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