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  • Metal - Links

    26 55.32%
  • Metal - Mesh

    8 17.02%
  • Metal - Expansion

    3 6.38%
  • Normal leather (cow or horse)

    19 40.43%
  • Exotic leather

    15 31.91%
  • Nylon (Zulu, Nato, Velcro)

    7 14.89%
  • Resin (PU like G-Shock)

    0 0%
  • Rubber/ Caoutchouc

    7 14.89%
  • Silicone

    1 2.13%
  • Composite (Metal/Plastic)

    0 0%
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    Re: What are your two favorite strap/bracelet types?

    HI. Got a Stowa Prodiver on order, need to find a steel mesh diver bracelet for it 22mm lugs. It will come with rubber strap and steel bracelet. Does anyone know any website or place I can order a nice solid steel mesh diver bracelet? thanks

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    Re: What are your two favorite strap/bracelet types?

    Quote Originally Posted by horrovac View Post
    They're surprisingly sturdy and comfortable. I bought a couple because they were so cheap, but they perform excellently. Ageing is noticeable only on the colour, they fade pretty quickly, but I find it adds a nice touch to it. I have no sweat stains (but then again they get washed regularly as I shower).

    Yes, they are cotton canvas. I know it is not ideal, but it works far better than it is to be expected. I expected them to wear out quickly, but somehow, they don't. I haven't managed to stink one up yet - a friend of mine has, but he's high-activity and regularly manages to stink up even natos. I would wear them more often, but my Seiko diver, which currently gets most of wrist-time, looks simply ridiculous on them - like an elefant on a bicycle. For some uses, they're simply to dainty and low-profile. I prefer the olive ones. The khaki are somewhat too light, black looks even thinner and other colours are not to my taste.

    Here is a link to the straps so everyone knows what we're talking about:
    http://www.timefactors.com/tfstrap.htm

    Looks good. I like the bordeaux red a lot. It is surprising indeed they work so well. Not sure if I'd like the fading, though. And I surely don't want to do your friend's laundry if he manages to stink up a Nato. That's tough!

    Till

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    Re: What are your two favorite strap/bracelet types?

    Quote Originally Posted by Anatoly View Post
    HI. Got a Stowa Prodiver on order, need to find a steel mesh diver bracelet for it 22mm lugs. It will come with rubber strap and steel bracelet. Does anyone know any website or place I can order a nice solid steel mesh diver bracelet? thanks
    Hi Anatoly, welcome to the forum.

    Ideally this thread would not get distracted with individual purchase questions that can quickly go into full-blown discussions of their own.

    But since the question is so simple, try this:
    http://www.strapcode.com/store/2122m...e93psb60braou1

    Till

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    Re: What are your two favorite strap/bracelet types?

    For me..
    Metal links - Breitling Blackbird bracelet, Cartier Roadster
    Exotic leather - Alligator

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    Re: What are your two favorite strap/bracelet types?

    For me a mesh bracelet or a natural rubber

    Regards from portugal

    J Vargas

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