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So I got a Haveston nato strap recently and it has a floating keeper. This gave me an idea with another nato I have from Cincy. I thought maybe some of you with large wrists like myself might try this if you have a strap that has some overhang but not enough to tuck in like the long version PhenomeNato. I'll try to keep it short.


This is the Haveston strap and it's floating keeper.
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Now here's my issue with the Cincy strap for my fat wrist. It's long enough to get as high as the watch crystal but not enough to tuck away.
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So I removed the stitching from the bottom of the strap. (It does leave the old thread holes, but the strap covers it once on the wrist.)
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Here's how it fits now.
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