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Hey, I just go my Pelagos as well, phenomenal piece! For me personally it seems that i have the best fit on the spring setting, otherwise I have to add another link and then even on the shortest micro-adjust point its a bit too loose. I was just wondering if anybody had been wearing in it on the spring position? I would think that they would hold up quite well since most of the time they are moving, unless I make my wrist do 90 deg, like when you do push ups or something.
 

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Most times I rock it on the spring settings. The auto adjust works nicely. Right on.
Assuming the spring will hold up to the use in the long term.
 

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That's what I am concerned about, on the spring setting it doesn't expand and contract too much, unless I have my hand at 90 degrees to my wrist and fully expanded (like doing a push-up), so I am wondering what the spring's life would be and if it would be easy to replace in the future if need be. Does anyone know if there is a guarantee around the life of the springs, or does Rolex/Tudor caution not to use the variable adjustment setting for daily wear?
 

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Do you know if a half link from a submariner might work? I think the SS would still blend in fine given the clasp is SS, just not sure about the dimensions.
 
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