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    Question for DOXA

    You mentioned that a true beads-of-rice bracelet with a ratcheting clasp is in the works


    Will the clasp have, on it's 'rear' end (where it is connected to the piece of the bracelet that is on the outside of the wrist), holes for micro-adjustment?


    I have a Citizen diver on a bracelet with a ratcheting clasp (and have seen other likes it too) and it has no micro-adjustment in the clasp, and to tell you the truth, it is a pain since I cannot get a good fit - either too loose ore too tight


    Somewhere, I have seen somebody making a ratcheting clasp with maybe two holes for micro-adjustment and I find it quite a good idea

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    Re: Question for DOXA

    Quote Originally Posted by Milos View Post
    You mentioned that a true beads-of-rice bracelet with a ratcheting clasp is in the works


    Will the clasp have, on it's 'rear' end (where it is connected to the piece of the bracelet that is on the outside of the wrist), holes for micro-adjustment?


    I have a Citizen diver on a bracelet with a ratcheting clasp (and have seen other likes it too) and it has no micro-adjustment in the clasp, and to tell you the truth, it is a pain since I cannot get a good fit - either too loose ore too tight


    Somewhere, I have seen somebody making a ratcheting clasp with maybe two holes for micro-adjustment and I find it quite a good idea
    Hi, the plans for a BOR bracelet have been postponed for now, the samples do not balance the watch well on the wrist, sorry

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    Re: Question for DOXA

    Quote Originally Posted by DOXA S.A.
    Hi, the plans for a BOR bracelet have been postponed for now, the samples do not balance the watch well on the wrist, sorry

    Where is the unlike button when you need one?

    I do applaud Doxa for not lowering your standard and not bringing something to the market that doesn't meet the Company's criteria
    The news is, however, no less disappointing and I can only hope that you will pick up this effort sooner rather than later. There are a lot of us "in need" of a true BOR bracelet.

    Thanks for letting us know.
    RonB
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    Re: Question for DOXA

    I second the ^above^ - quality over everything, always - the only principle worth upholding

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