Strapcode VClasp Button Double Lock vs. Button Chamfer Clasp

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    Strapcode VClasp Button Double Lock vs. Button Chamfer Clasp

    I'm replacing my seiko SKX007 bracelet. Anyone know the difference between these clasps and the generic basic clasp (Double Flip-Lock Diver Clasp)?

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    Re: Strapcode VClasp Button Double Lock vs. Button Chamfer Clasp

    Regardless of type, most of the strapcode bracelet-related stuff is usually of very good quality and tolerances based on experience.
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    Re: Strapcode VClasp Button Double Lock vs. Button Chamfer Clasp

    I am confused by this also. I am looking for a jubilee bracelet for my SKX007 and i am confused between the V-Clamp Double lock and the Button Chamfer. They seem very similar. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.

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    Re: Strapcode VClasp Button Double Lock vs. Button Chamfer Clasp

    If you look closely at the pics on Strap Code's site you'll notice that the v-clasp is much "shorter" than the chamfer clasp that sticks out much taller. I prefer the v clasp.


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    Re: Strapcode VClasp Button Double Lock vs. Button Chamfer Clasp

    Im wondering same thing. Does any one know what is a difference between two? Its looks very similar.

    I will probably go with V-clasp, cause its looks thinner from two.
    My wrist for reference: 6.75", flat.

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