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Rocking the DSSD today; day off and spending it in a plaza:

 

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Whoever thought of the glide lock is a genius!

 

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I’ve yet to see anything that’s better than this. You can adjust the bracelet in increments without removing the watch from your wrist.

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Sorry mods can someone merge the threads please?

I did check to see if there was a thread but Tapatalk didn’t seem to update the screen :/

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Morning :)

Seiko 5 for me today as well, SNZG15K1 (Cal-7S36C) just the job for work.

Seiko 5 Sports SNZG15K1 (Cal-7S36C)

 

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Morning all, just thought I'd pop in to see how you're all doing and I see that a few of the old reprobates are still here :)...  I shall no doubt be wearing this one today for a change :-

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3 hours ago, Igerswis said:

Sorry mods can someone merge the threads please?

I did check to see if there was a thread but Tapatalk didn’t seem to update the screen :/

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58 minutes ago, Diveaddiction said:

This is becoming quite a repeat offender... 

 

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I like that.

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4 hours ago, Igerswis said:

 

Rocking the DSSD today; day off and spending it in a plaza:

 

42e6bc6309aa1316d52b0765cc50344d.jpg

 

Whoever thought of the glide lock is a genius!

 

1815e5d369273da58c3afc5477c8b261.jpg

 

I’ve yet to see anything that’s better than this. You can adjust the bracelet in increments without removing the watch from your wrist.

 

The best! :)

Steinhart Chrono on baseball strap ;)

 

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4 hours ago, Igerswis said:

 

Rocking the DSSD today; day off and spending it in a plaza:

 

42e6bc6309aa1316d52b0765cc50344d.jpg

 

Whoever thought of the glide lock is a genius!

 

1815e5d369273da58c3afc5477c8b261.jpg

 

I’ve yet to see anything that’s better than this. You can adjust the bracelet in increments without removing the watch from your wrist.

 

Pelagos braclet braclet much better than the glide lock. The thing adjusts its self. :thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup: I'm surprised Rolex haven't nicked it.

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4 hours ago, Igerswis said:

Whoever thought of the glide lock is a genius!

I’ve yet to see anything that’s better than this. You can adjust the bracelet in increments without removing the watch from your wrist.

Hey, my strap has an ingenious buckle system that can also be adjusted on-wrist :whistle:

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But seriously, that glidelock clasp looks excellent.  One of the things that really puts me off bracelets is the relative complexity of adjustment; removing/adding links, removing and refitting pins etc. and, after all that, I can rarely get the right fit.  I just watched a couple of videos demonstrating how the glidelock works.  With any luck some other manufacturers will be be able to devise systems that provide similar ease of adjustment.

@Cyclops930Never heard of Pelagos; will have to check out that now.

 

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Tudor 1926 again as it's a tad wet here.

@rhaythorne it's the Tudor Pelagos.



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