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Just received a Jenny Caribbean 300 from a great seller, Beitau. When I put it on I was instantly surprised at how comfortable it was. Hadn't really noticed the comfort levels on any of my watches but this one instantly shouted "I am bloody comfortable watch" at me.

I don't normally go for rubber straps but the one that comes with the jenny is so soft and wearable, I am genuinely surprised.

It got me thinking about other comfortable watches and this one hands down beats everything I have had on my wrist. I have a couple on a bund strap and they are nice but the fit of the watch and softness of the rubber on this really made me sit up and notice.

What are your most comfortable watches?

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My most comfortable watch would be the Casio GW-5000. Because of its stainless steel construction, it has some heft, but the uncharacteristically soft and flexible resin band makes this watch easy to wear all day long.

In close second, I find that the Sinn 556i on bracelet fits perfectly on my 6.5" wrists. The bracelet feels sturdy but not heavy, an ideal balance.

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Based on my preferences, I generally find watches on the smaller side to be more comfortable than, say, my larger watches. I love wearing my Seiko Tuna, but at the end of the day, I find myself strapping on something smaller.
 

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The bracelet is awesome. Satin finish, no pulling hairs, very smooth and comfortable to wear.
 

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Most comfortable is easily the c-case Connie. Genta knows how to design a bracelet. It's also only 36mm, great size.
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Next one would be the Maxi marine diver. Its larger and heavier at 43mm, but the rubber strap with the titanium links is really nice.
 

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Well,I spent too much time travelling this year,and I have to admit my most comfortable watch is either Pam 177 or Seiko SBDX011 (yup it's thick,but I've gotten used to it..)
 

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My most comfortable watch would be the Casio GW-5000. Because of its stainless steel construction, it has some heft, but the uncharacteristically soft and flexible resin band makes this watch easy to wear all day long.

In close second, I find that the Sinn 556i on bracelet fits perfectly on my 6.5" wrists. The bracelet feels sturdy but not heavy, an ideal balance.

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Based on my preferences, I generally find watches on the smaller side to be more comfortable than, say, my larger watches. I love wearing my Seiko Tuna, but at the end of the day, I find myself strapping on something smaller.
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I was thinking of these same two watches before reading your response. Both fit my wrist perfectly.
 

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Any of my JDM titanium alloy models. So light, I almost forget I have them on sometimes.
 

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The Attila Aszodi shell cordovan bund strap on my Tourby Small Pilot is the most comfortable band I've ever worn. The watch is very light too, so the combination is like, well, riding a dream. (Assuming that's a good thing.)

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This is surprisingly the most comfy watch I've ever worn (and it was cheap) photo is courtesy of yojsupmur

I find it interesting to see so many bracelets on this thread- one would think rubber is the most comfy but of course to each their own!

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In the "affordables" category, the SKX's when worn on jubilee. Lots of people hate on the OEM jubilee, by it is so darn comfy!!!

 
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