Sorry mcfeelyufi, I've just seen you already posted a photo of the jubilee up above (thanks!). Still wondering where you got it, if you don't mind sharing.
So, I had picked up THIS
one for really cheap when I thought I wanted straight end links, but then decided that THIS
one (in silver/20mm) had curved end links and a little bit more obvious definition between the brushed and polished links, for not much more. When the second arrived, I decided that I liked the butterfly clasp better and swapped it from the first, so its actually hybridized between the two. The links are VERY slightly differently sized between the two bracelets, (first is a tiny bit smaller) but close enough that you can interchange the parts and you would never notice unless you already knew and are looking for the difference. Neither is "fancy" but both are a steal for the money (solid, not hollow inner links) and I would wager that the second one comes from the same factory that makes the Uncle's bracelets, though perhaps with slightly less rigorous QC. Straight-end model is click-in and go, curved endlinks take a little massaging to get the right fit. (edit: added picture of both bracelets for comparison)
ALSO, I have something that I do as a bit of a bracelet-quality cheat. I have a small $25 countertop deep-fryer that is half-full of microcrystalline wax, and I throw any new bracelet (off the watch, you monster!) in there for 15 mins at a temp hot enough to melt the wax to watery liquid, not actually boiling it. I jiggle the basket to make sure all trapped bubbles from inside the links get out, then pull it out and let it cool off. Takes a little time with a rag wiping the residual wax from the surface and picking/flossing the gaps, but it absolutely de-jangle/rattles any bracelet and makes it feel vastly more "premium" than before. A hidden bonus when waxing Oceanus bracelets is that when you remove links, the pin collars stay put in the link unless you pick it out, so no worries about having those fly off the desk and into the abyss.