World Timer - Metal or Leather - Watcha Think??

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    World Timer - Metal or Leather - Watcha Think??

    Here's the World Timer on the bracelet and a leather strap. The strap is a deep blue - hard to tell from the pics. Which do you prefer?




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    Re: World Timer - Metal or Leather - Watcha Think??

    I prefer the strap...

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    Re: World Timer - Metal or Leather - Watcha Think??

    Well, to me, the dark strap draws your attention to the black city bezel and seems to distract away from the dial. While the ss bracelet, does just the opposite and seems to accentuate the dial. Both are great looks Dennis, providing two different personalities in the same watch...

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    Re: World Timer - Metal or Leather - Watcha Think??

    Bracelet for me. Just looks better to my eye. Plus it is such an incredible quality bracelet, you can't go wrong.

    Nice watch either way.

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    Re: World Timer - Metal or Leather - Watcha Think??

    I know you asked for an "either/or," but Steve hit the nail on the head. Each offers a completely different look. Each looks good.

    I think the strap combo is better for casual wear and the bracelet for dressier occasions.

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    Re: World Timer - Metal or Leather - Watcha Think??

    It looks very good with both. I like the strap slightly better.

    BTW, what is the diameter for the dial and outer bezel for this watch.
    TIA.

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    Re: World Timer - Metal or Leather - Watcha Think??

    Not sure on the dial size, but the case if 42mm (without crown) and 13.4mm thick....from Ball USA web site.

    Quote Originally Posted by WatchFan1 View Post
    It looks very good with both. I like the strap slightly better.

    BTW, what is the diameter for the dial and outer bezel for this watch.
    TIA.

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    Re: World Timer - Metal or Leather - Watcha Think??

    I agree with Steve too. They both give the watch a different personality, and would be good for different occasions. It looks really good on both! (Although I might lean slightly towards the braclet for daily wear, but that's just personal preference)
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    Re: World Timer - Metal or Leather - Watcha Think??

    Thanks for all the comments guys - really appreciated. I tend to be a strap guy. They just feel more comfortable for me. Also find with a strap, one's attention is focused on the watch and not the bracelet....at least for me it does. The Ball bracelet IS very well constructed. I'll probably wear a strap more with occassional changes to the bracelet. :thanks

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    Re: World Timer - Metal or Leather - Watcha Think??

    Quote Originally Posted by srh_pres View Post
    Well, to me, the dark strap draws your attention to the black city bezel and seems to distract away from the dial. While the ss bracelet, does just the opposite and seems to accentuate the dial. Both are great looks Dennis, providing two different personalities in the same watch...
    You hit the nail right on the head!

    Cool, that way it is like owning 2 different watches!

    NICE!!!
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