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Looking at getting a Black PVD shark mesh strap for my 7C43 7010. Any suggestions on who do a nice one? Photos of your own would be nice. I like the Breitling ends, but not the type of clasp and adjustment they come with. How comfortable are they? Are they a good strap for diving (secure type clasp)? Hence why I would prefer the sliding adjustment type clasp, not "solid" clasp or are those adjustable to? Hope this makes sense. Only asking here as sellers don't really know or reluctant to comment. Also, does anyone still use their Seikos [or any vintage watch] for diving? Apologise if this is in the wrong forum area.

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Is it adjustable as you wear it? Mine will need to go over a wet suit, then back to wrist.

They look snazzy no matter what watch there on (to an extent). Thank for the pics!! Nice watch by the way.

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There's a lot of straps on that site, looking for a leather Zulu 5 ring PVD as well, I'm just too picky really. I'd like a sliding type of adjustment on the clasp, just feed one end through the clasp and then clamp it off, but feel that won't be secure enough. There's a ratchet type clasp on strap codes, wonder how well they work.
That Seiko looks amazing (drool), does it live in a soft dark place, doesn't even look worn, amazing!!!

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Think I'll get a WJean adjustable/link type mesh strap, and invest in a divers ratchet type buckle from strap codes, and see how it fairs. Both are black, so no problem with colour, think it would cost a bit to get hold of a 300MM then PVD it, never seen one advertised for sale. I'll post some pics when it's all together.
Just need someone to post on here that they use their old Seiko for diving, I know there's dive computers out there now and what not, but there's no school like old school!! :)

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