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I've always liked the ultra tool vibe of this watch, but tried it on recently (for the second time) and remember how absurdly thick it wore. While it didn't work out for me, I'm hoping you have more luck with it! Congrats and wear in good health.
 

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Thanks to all for the kind wishes and comments! If I get in too deep I can always use the DSSD.
 

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One advantage I have is that I am retired and thus never need to wear a dress shirt. Thus no worries about the cuff size. I like big and chunky watches so this fits the bill, as does the DSSD. I think bracelet design and fit are critical to the comfort factor and this one works well. I haven't even messed with the rubber strap it came with, and I probably won't. I don't mind switching straps but moving the clasp from bracelet to strap and maybe back again is a bit of a pain. Not difficult but such things bug me.
 

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That is an awesome watch! Congrats. I wish they would make a version of the old 70’s Seamaster 1000 diver.
 
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