Bracelet fit and getting it right?

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Re: Bracelet fit and getting it right?

Post by vn33 »

I ordered my Sealander and measured my wrist to have it pre-adjusted. It arrived and the fit is quite snug, I cannot loosened it using the micro-adjustment as it's already at its max. On hindsight I should have added a few more millimeters to the wrist measurement then tightened up as needed.
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Re: Bracelet fit and getting it right?

Post by supermariner »

I don't think skin marks are a big problem as long as they are not causing discomfort. I get marks when wearing straps as well, from the deployments. Even with 2mm increments micro adjustment I sometimes struggle to find the "right fit" due to bracelet and clasp shape, and on-the-fly just means I'm fiddling with it all the time!

Wearing the watch on the right arm also helps with the crown-digging issue.
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Re: Bracelet fit and getting it right?

Post by magicman »

Good Morning.

I had the same problem, not enough wrist bone, I found a decent solution. See the link below.


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