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A watch with a Milanese strap should feature in the arsenal of anyone whose lifestyle demands versatility and quick changes between formal, smart-casual and totally relaxed settings (so most of us, then). After all, the woven metal-mesh strap is a cipher for whatever is paired with it: on a smart diving watch, you can pair it with a suit, or with your holiday get-up before you go, well, diving. So here are GQ’s picks of some of the best watches on the market that come with such flexibility, whether you’re looking to spend £100, £1,000 or £10,000.
https://www.gq-magazine.co.uk/gallery/b ... ery-budget
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Considering anyone can slap a Milanese bracelet on damn near any watch, GQ needs to find another watch writer.
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First of all, this list is quite pointless. But it’s also horrible. The first retail chain that I worked for used to have Komono shitters. Yeah, Komono are shitters, and in the stores that had them, they filled up a serious portion of the warranty claims binder.
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