I have a 7" wrist which I consider to be average. I have watches which range from 34mm to 45mm in size. When you hear people making the case for a larger watch, rarely if ever will you hear them mention comfort. The watches I wear most are in the 34-38mm size simply because I find them to be the most comfortable. That's not to say there aren't some big watches which are comfortable enough to wear for several days, but for me that is the exception rather than the rule. The measurement in width is also not the end-all to how large the watch actually looks. Dial size, case length, lug width, and case shape all factor in.Got my pre-order in for the white commuter. I only own 40/41mm watches but recently tried on a BB36 and really liked the size (17cm/6.75 inch wrist).
Found it interesting how the 36.5mm case on the Traska presented on the video, looks like it will wear larger as can't see a lot of difference here compared to the 38.5mm Summiteer?
Anyway, looking forward to receiving my first Traska, heard good things about the brand
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Larger watches on average size wrists are better for folks who have multiple watches. If you only have one watch, then all things being equal I think you are much better off with a watch in the 36-38mm range.