Desk Diving

This doesn’t see much underwater action. Like many, it resides in an office trying to avoid my best attempts to soak it in coffee 😉. On an Oysterflex-style rubber strap (I can’t remember where I got it from) which is much more comfortable than the original bracelet.

On wrist today: Rolex Submariner ref. 14060M

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The best Sub.

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I just picked up a 14060. It's so lovely!  The smaller markers are much more graceful imo 👍 Is the rubber aftermarket?  

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ds760476

The best Sub.

The last one before Rolex started injecting them with steroids….😉

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Max

I just picked up a 14060. It's so lovely!  The smaller markers are much more graceful imo 👍 Is the rubber aftermarket?  

@Max Ooooh nice. Two liner, right?

You are correct - aftermarket rubber strap. Really moulds around the wrist - very very comfortable

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Nice - does that strap allow for the clasp? Or is it its own buckle? 

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jagwar.jim

Nice - does that strap allow for the clasp? Or is it its own buckle? 

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It’s own

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Mine used to enjoy a cordovan band at the office : )

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My favorite Sub reference of them all. 

And it looks fantastic on a rubber strap ✨

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celinesimon

My favorite Sub reference of them all. 

And it looks fantastic on a rubber strap ✨

Snap! It’s definitely the most comfortable 

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I actually prefer your watch + integrated rubber strap combo over watch + bracelet.

Something about an integrated rubber strap makes the watch extraordinarily versatile.

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Thanks - I think it’s a nice look but it’s more of a comfort thing for me. Both bracelet and (integrated) rubber straps have their place

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oakenlander

Mine used to enjoy a cordovan band at the office : )

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Looks nice! The stitching running down the strap makes all the difference!

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Perfect combo with the curved end rubber

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In the past I wasn't really an "oyster flex" guy but they are growing on me and this looks so good!

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Chunghauphoto
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It’s own

Did you use the deployant from your original bracelet? Lookin’ good!

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Sir_TP