Rubber straps

They always end up going back to a rubber strap

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Rubber is one of my favorites. Even if the future isn't perfect the rubber keeps it in place pretty will. I don't care for the feeling of my watch flopping around on my wrist. My least favorite fit is steel bracelets.

oneway238

Rubber is one of my favorites. Even if the future isn't perfect the rubber keeps it in place pretty will. I don't care for the feeling of my watch flopping around on my wrist. My least favorite fit is steel bracelets.

Same here , bracelets change the look completely and are nice, but yeah can鈥檛 get past the flopping around I spent 2 days of adjusting the bracelet and trying to fine tune it just couldn鈥檛 get it to feel right馃槥

Something about the Arnie with the led on top that rubs me the wrong way... I've seen it at the 6 but can never find one to buy

Once you go strap you never go back

Divers on rubber strap. Best combo.

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That's a great set! I'm an oyster bracelet guy my picture would have been a little different and shinier hahaha! Fierce collection brother 馃馃徑

I'm like that with leather straps. It just feels as it should.

Though I do keep my favourite diver on a rubber. It's a nice rubber, and seems fitting for a diver.

Which of your rubber straps do you like the best? I only have one of the straps you have in that image, second from the right. Unfortunately it fits a little loose/shallow in the lugs of the watch I bought it for, so it feels a little unsettling to me. I've thought about trying to get the quick release bars out and swap something else in. Overall, I am pretty much always wearing a rubber strap or g shock resin. They ignore liquids, have decent traction on the skin, have some structure but still flex, and don't fray. My wrist swells too much for bracelets.

You have a great collection of Seiko divers. 馃幆 In comparison, my strap choices are positively experimental 馃榾

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Dallen

Which of your rubber straps do you like the best? I only have one of the straps you have in that image, second from the right. Unfortunately it fits a little loose/shallow in the lugs of the watch I bought it for, so it feels a little unsettling to me. I've thought about trying to get the quick release bars out and swap something else in. Overall, I am pretty much always wearing a rubber strap or g shock resin. They ignore liquids, have decent traction on the skin, have some structure but still flex, and don't fray. My wrist swells too much for bracelets.

Yeah the tropic strap from uncle Seiko is the most comfortable