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Debaufre Ocean One.
Seiko Monster.
Seiko BFK.



Omega SMP Bond.



Victorinox Dive Master. Stock.



And wjean Shark Mesh.



And of course, the good 'ole Watchadoo.



Most comfortable I have ever worn? SMP Bond. Hands down.

 

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My most comfortable has to be this one. 13 links makes it smooth as silk.
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This one has the best clasp. I want every watch to have this clasp! The expansion ratchets closed so you can make micro adjustments on the fly. So during the course of the day as your wrist swells or becomes sweaty, you can easily adjust the size. Also, it make it a joy for people who have large hands (compared to their wrists) like me, to put on. The bracelet isn't too shabby either. ;) Sorry I don't have a pic of the clasp!
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The SARB017 Alpinist. The links are curved just right, rock solid, and the clasp is a step above the rest of the SARB series. The only real downside is that it runs an extra $200 on top of the watch price.

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Another vote for Vostok Europe

I'll add the ENERGIA bracelet








(in addition to the TU-144 previously shown)…





 
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I like the bracelet on this vintage Seamaster, it's light and very comfortable.


I also like the looks of this one on a vintage Rado

for heavy duty wear, there's the super solid double deployment of this one:


Talking about solid end links:
 

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If you like the bracelet on the monster, the bracelet on the Seiko Knight series is very similar.

I love mine.

Compulsive strap flippers have a problem with it being an integrated bracelet, but when a bracelet is this nice, why would you need to change it?



 
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