Small wrist advice

I have a small wrist, about 15,7 cm (6,2 inches). The thing is that I want to buy watches such as the Casio MDV or the Steeldive SD1970. Would those watches be suitable for my small wrist?

I´m a bit concerned about this because I would like to wear them and some advice will be usefull. 

Casio Watch MDV-107-1A1VEF

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Those are big watches! You could measure the width of your wrist to compare how much overhang you'd have.

I have a 17 cm wrist and the Casio Duro is on the upper end of my comfort zone. Haven't worn a Willard/ SD1970 yet, I'd hope that it wears smaller.

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Here is a quick pic of my Duro next to my SNK809. The Duro is my upper limit on my 7 inch wrist. In my head I justify its size with the idea that a dive watch should be bold and visible in difficult conditions, like, umm, sitting at my desk or walking on the promenade by the beach.        

"Try before you buy" is the best advice but it is not always that simple.

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I've been trying in vain to make 40mm+ watches work for me, and I have a 6.5" wrist. 

Since you're not insisting on mechanical, why not the quartz Invicta Pro Diver, which is SNK sized.  Actually, how about I sell you my 42mm beast and buy one of these for myself?

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Small wrist and my diver is a 42mm SMP300. It’s a bit big on my 6.4” but it doesn’t matter because the watch looks great and I love wearing it. 
Yes there are some days where I wish it was 1 or 2mm smaller, but generally it doesn’t bother me. 

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For sport watches just wear whatever size you want and don't mind the lug overhang. The only watches that shouldn't overhang are dress watches in my opinion. Wear what you like if you think it wears well and looks good by your standards? I have small wrists too and have a Omega SMP 300M Diver which is 42mm case and an IWC Pilot's Chronograph 41mm and wear them with pride even tho I have lug overhang. I personally think I cap out at 42mm.

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OscarKlosoff

I've been trying in vain to make 40mm+ watches work for me, and I have a 6.5" wrist. 

Since you're not insisting on mechanical, why not the quartz Invicta Pro Diver, which is SNK sized.  Actually, how about I sell you my 42mm beast and buy one of these for myself?

I would love to have an automatic ProDiver in a future. The fact is that I love the MDV and is easy to start in the modding. I understand you, It's difficult to try +40mm in a small wrist.

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Small wrist here 6.3 in. I don't go over 43mm 38-43mm thats my sweet spot. I still to regular straps leather, nato,rubber, or plastic. I have a few metal ones.