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  1. Resin straps breaking on my small wrists

    Public Forum
    I have a 6" wrist and I usually prefer Casio resin straps. My main problem is resin straps breaks off roughly 1 year of use. I'm a guy who loves wearing watch all the time (Even to sleep). I think factor causing this is my small wrists which puts a lot of pressure on the resin straps as they...
  2. Looking for wrist pics of a Seiko SRPB57/59/61!

    Seiko
    Hi guys and girls! I'm looking at getting a Seiko SRPB57 (Sky Prospex), and the one thing holding me back is the size. I have a 6.5-7in wrist, and the watch is 44.7 mm. These don't seem to be that common and I'm struggling to find many pictures. I'm thinking the watch may wear small, as the...
  3. A Tudor BB36 for my 30th!

    Rolex & Tudor
    Hey folks, Wanted to share my latest acquisition for my 30th birthday: a Tudor Black Bay 36. I've been considering a new watch for a milestone birthday. I have a handful of moderately priced automatics from Stowa, Christopher Ward, Seiko, etc. I have to admit that I am a bit of a sucker to...
  4. Underfold Deployant Clasps - A Blessing for Small Wrists?

    Straps & Bracelets
    After collecting watches for several years now one of the biggest issues I ran into was the small size of my wrists. Without going into the annoying increasing size of watches themselves, while NATO straps are typically widely adjustable and trimmable the more common two-piece leather (or...
  5. My new affordable for tiny wrists

    Affordable watches
    Hello, Last month I had asked about the new Vostok Kama watches in the russian watches forum because there wasn't much information available about them anywhere. Since my new watch just arrived I thought I would share some pics and feedback for those who might be interested in this line. I...
  6. Any small G shocks 38-40 mm??

    Casio G-Shock
    Is there any such thing as a G shock that is smaller than 40mm? Any shock?? I've searched other threads and did not get much help, seems like 46mm was the smallest. If not, any other brand that makes 38mm or similar size digital? Only thing I found was the timex ironman classic, which is okay...
  7. Small wrists - retaining the strap "tail"? What do you guys use?

    Casio G-Shock
    I just got a GB-5600 after about 16 years since my last G-Shock. Because I have small wrists the strap "tail" sticks out and catches my shirt sleeves. I have been using a small hair elastic (See picture) to keep the tail in place but they usually last about a month before the rubber material...
  8. Reviewing the Jack of All Trades! - Rangeman GW9400 (BJ-1JF) Extensive Review

    Reviews
    ~After 24 hours of use Disclaimer: You will not find any pictures here! If you are looking for Rangeman pics, I believe that there are loads of threads with very descriptive pictures that will be way better than what is here. There is a giveaway or discount at the end! "Should I get it or not...
  9. A (Polite) request for Steinhart to produce a 40mm or smaller Ocean One Vintage series watch

    Steinhart
    A request for a 40mm or smaller Ocean One Vintage series Steinhart Alas, I have small 6.6 inch wrist. In my normal everyday life this has never bothered me, nor did I ever consider it would some day. I focused my early horology efforts on...
  10. 'Masculine' watches

    Public Forum
    Hi all I may or may not be risking getting a reputation as asking stupid questions, but being flamed on a forum like this doesn't bother me too much. I'm here to learn, and having access to so many people who share the passion never seems to get old. Now, my wrist measures approximately six...
  11. Junkers watch on a small wrist (6.5')

    Public Forum
    Hello all! Been thinking about buying this beautiful Junkers, but a bit nervous about the size. I have a 6.5' wrist, and this 40mm domed crystal is rumored to appear bigger on wrists. If someone could please shed some insight that would be great. Another option is to buy a different Bauhaus...
  12. Looking for a bracelet watch for 5.5-inch lady's wrist

    Ladies' Watches
    I recently lost my trusty stainless bracelet Swatch which I loved for 14 years. It looked like this. After a few months of denial, I'm ready to move on to a new wristwatch. But there are so many options and I don't know what brands are reliable and sturdy, so I'm hoping for some advice...
  13. Question: First Chronograph for a Small Wrist?

    Affordable watches
    I just recently got into watches and I want to get my first chronograph. I was wanted something ~$100 and, because of my small wrist, ~38mm in case diameter. I really like Seiko's Chronograph 100m; it has the look that I like (white face and rose-gold hands), and it looks really classy (like an...
  14. Help with watch for small wristed woman!

    Public Forum
    Hello all, I am looking to get a nice watch for my sister who has extremely small wrists. I have always been a fan of Victorinox watches (I am sure they are not considered "Super Nice" watches, but for my price range they are generally very well made). So, I am wondering if anyone here has...
  15. Flieger recommendations for a small wrist

    Pilots' & Military watches
    Hi, It is my 21st Birthday in a few months and my parents are going to buy me my first decent watch. I have been doing some research and I really like the look of the Flieger style pilot's watch. The problem I have is that I have a rather small wrist, about 6.5", and I'm not really sure how...
  16. Decent Mechanical under $50

    Affordable watches
    I'm looking for a decent mechanical watch under $50 and having a hard time. I've been looking on eBay for a while and it seems nothing good has been coming up. Any tips on what i should look for and how to find good watches on eBay? i've mainly been looking at Seiko's and Bulova's. Please keep...
  17. GLX-5600 for small wrists

    Public Forum
    Hey guys! So I was shopping for watches the other day, and saw the g-shock glx-5600. I love the looks of the watch, but when I tried it on, there were spaces on either side of my wrist (small wrists, around 6"). I am very new to watches, and was wondering if these spaces would go away as...
  18. Is GR8900A-7 too big for a 6.3" wrist?

    Casio G-Shock
    Hello everyone, I just discovered this forum while looking for pictures of the GR8900A-7 G-shock, which I'm thinking about buying now. The thing is...I think I have a very small wrist. It's 16cm, so converting it's 6.3". Do you think my wrist is too small to pull it off? Also, I live in Brazil...
  19. G8900-1 or GLX5600-1

    Casio G-Shock
    I'm a newbie here.. just wanna ask you guys if whats the advantages of the two. I have a small wrist, about 6 inches..BTW, I'm planning to buy my first g shock. Thanks for the reply. cheers! :-)
  20. Small wrister's savior: Nomos Ludwig 33

    German watches
    Just received Nomos Ludwig 33. I'm a guy with below 6" wrists. (15mm, thankfully flat-ish) Sure I can do 35mm Nomos (had Tangente about 10 years ago) no problem, but with rather long lugs of Nomos, that will look like someone with larger wrists wearing 40mm version of the watch. 35mm will look...
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