Slanted link (sort of Breitling-esque look, comfy, again a bit slim)
Folded H-link (rattly and a hair-puller - dumped out of the running)
Polished H-link, it didn't size well (difficulty getting the split-pins back in) and the springbar tubes were a little tight. Would have had to use skinny-bars, ugh. I'd brush this one if I could be bothered, but it's also a bit slim for the watch, so three strikes and its out. Didn't even make it onto the watch.
Dunno what you call these links (comfortable and not your basic oyster/H-link/president style)
Faceted straight oyster (Comfortable)
StrapCode's straight oyster (Boring. Hard to fit, tight between the lugs. Uncomfortable clasp - Their oyster clasp, not the basic diver clasp)
Polished mesh (Classic and comfortable)
Stainless steel rally (I love this modern take on the 70s style metal rally band. Sadly it's a b1tch to size as the sizing portion of the bracelet is all held together by shoulderless springbars. It's attached to the watch head with skinny springbars, which I never enjoy doing, but is has style!)
All those that remained in the running ranked left to right, from favourite to least-favourite.
These were all eBay specials, except the Strapcode.
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