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    Deployment clasp and strap options

    Ok all you strap monkeys! Iíve been disappointed with my Bremont strap for a long time (ALT1 ZT/BK). Largely, this is because the clasp irritates the underside of my wrist badly (I can only wear the strap for a day before I starts to cause trouble). I have got around this by wearing it mostly on a Zulu, but really want something dressier.... for dressier occasions!

    I recently bought (and resold) the Tudor GMT and I really liked the deployment clasp it came with (which is of this style


    I have tried on Bremontís deployment clasp, but the butterfly clasp ó together with a padded leather strap ó makes the underside of the strap too thick to type comfortably with (and holy price tag, Batman)

    What third party strap/deployment options are you guys using?

    A few photos for attention.






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    Iwantastrap.com sailcloth straps. There aswum! I bought 13 of the suckers for me and chipbutty. its essentially a Seattle strap that isn't so thick on the lug end. They rock, all six of my Bremonts are on them and there super comfy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan View Post
    They rock, all six of my Bremonts are on them and there super comfy.

    Great!! Iíll take a look!



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    SS Submariner no date 1992 (flipped); SS GMT II 2007 (flipped); SS GMT II C 2008 ('M' series) (flipped); SS Sub C 2011 (flipped); 16753, '81 TT GMT 'Root Beer'

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