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I don't usually do steel bracelets on my watches, most of the time I find them too uncomfortable to wear for more than a few hours at a time.

However, I'm after a shark-mesh type to go on my lovely new Breitling SuperOcean.  I've used something similar on my Seagull 1973 and do find these style of bracelet not only comfortable, but very smart too.  I've seen several images online with the SuperOcean on something similar and love the way it goes with the vintage aesthetics of the watch.  This is the style I'm trying to replicate:

SuperOcean Mesh

I've seen a few on eBay (for example, item number 112492967256) and have seen something similar on Watch Gecko (their Thicker or Double Weave versions) that also look good.  I'm after something with the sliding clasp for sizing rather than removable links, and one that has a bit of weight and heft to it.

Thoughts and suggestions please,


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i wear my vintage seiko diver on this chinese cheapy mesh i bought a couple of years ago,its one of those you have to cut to your size.i have to say on this watch its very comfy...VYtpR1A.jpg

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