Coffee before marathon?

Marathon really nailed the legibility with their arctic MSAR. Despite the diminutive 36mm diameter the dial is highly legible under all light conditions and angles.

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The first photo cracked me up because this composition made the coffee cup huge relative to the MSAR. I wish that in real life it could be so easy to get my coffee bigger on demand when I need it, or make watches smaller to fit my slim wrist.

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Never been my thing, but as long as it doesn’t give you GI issues, I see no problem with a cup of coffee before a marathon. 

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Sweet watch!  36 seems too small until you try , then you realize it looks great 👍 !

And ideally caffeine pill or gel with caffeine at the start line works best 😉

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How is the bracelet?(does it feel well made? Comfortable?)

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DancingWatch

How is the bracelet?(does it feel well made? Comfortable?)

The bracelet is the weaker part of the watch for two reasons: First because it's not smoothed and polished to the same level as the watch and it can be felt when I pass my fingertips over the edges of the links. The second reason is the pressed steel clasp.

Is it comfortable? Yes.

Is it easy to fit: No. There are screws on both sides that needs to be released simultaneously.

Does it feel premium: Nope.

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Catskinner

The bracelet is the weaker part of the watch for two reasons: First because it's not smoothed and polished to the same level as the watch and it can be felt when I pass my fingertips over the edges of the links. The second reason is the pressed steel clasp.

Is it comfortable? Yes.

Is it easy to fit: No. There are screws on both sides that needs to be released simultaneously.

Does it feel premium: Nope.

Thanks, I thought that perhaps the big price difference of the bracelet vs rubber strap would mean that the bracelet was very well made, from what you say that may not be the case