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So I went this morning to try ( again ) the 300...
Beautiful green BTW, more subtle and "professional" than the LVc IMHO

And aww

In fairness I was torned between the sbdx017 as the go to... The blue sla023 as its just stunning... And the green one having also a strong personality....

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May I know what is your waist size?
My waist is about 6.5inches and I am worrying about mm300 is too big for me.
I had a SKX007 before and it looks marginally fine. With 4mm more lug to lug size in mm300, it seems too large in number......
 

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May I know what is your waist size?
My waist is about 6.5inches and I am worrying about mm300 is too big for me.
I had a SKX007 before and it looks marginally fine. With 4mm more lug to lug size in mm300, it seems too large in number......
Slightly less than 7,5 for my wrist...
The 300 wears smaller than 44, if u can pull off an skx confortably there's no need to worry with the 300


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Hi there, what's the strap there?

Thanks

Thanks for asking, it's a Hirsch Hevea. Fits the MM nicely as it's quite thick (measured 5mm with my calipers) at the springbar end but tapers to 3mm at the buckle so doesnt sit too 'fat' under the wrist. In the pics below I fitted the buckle from the original Seiko MM300 rubber strap and the keepers are from another strap. The rubber compound Hirsch uses is medium soft, has a slight permanent sheen to it and will curve to your wrist after some use. I love this strap:)

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Thanks for asking, it's a Hirsch Hevea. Fits the MM nicely as it's quite thick (measured 5mm with my calipers) at the springbar end but tapers to 3mm at the buckle so doesnt sit too 'fat' under the wrist. In the pics below I fitted the buckle from the original Seiko MM300 rubber strap and the keepers are from another strap. The rubber compound Hirsch uses is medium soft, has a slight permanent sheen to it and will curve to your wrist after some use. I love this strap:)

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Thank you ever so much for such a comprehensive and helpful reply. I'm not a fan of OEM rubber but have a great deal of time with Hirsch. I can foresee a trip to my local dealer. :)

Thanks again!
 
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The 300 is glorious, I might get an additional 047 or 025
Hard choice to be made...
Both would be best
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Got this strap yesterday, I was told it's a rare edition but to be fair I have no idea

I wanted a genuine grey strap as they are super confortable...

Enough said
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Some random pics today
Please bear with me, it's still honeymooning period so I'll over post
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Bali vibes
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