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Matt. I hear you. You made your case. But I would never, ever, remove the bracelet from my Rolex Submariner ref. 114060 – or any Rolex for that matter. I cry blasphemy here not because a rubber strap looks particularly bad on the watch, in fact I concede it looks fine and is probably very comfortable if you can affix your gridlock clasp to the strap to maintain the level of adjustability offered by GlideLock. But I just couldn’t do it to my Rolex Sub. More often than not, I am known to be a factory configuration purist, the only exception swapping a factory leather for an aftermarket offering of higher quality or a better fit for my smaller sized wrist. In my opinion, since a Rolex is so hard to source these days, once one arrives in your collection isn’t it worth appreciating the full experience the crown offers? Let me explain…
https://timeandtidewatches.com/never-pu ... ber-strap/
Original topic that started it is below
https://timeandtidewatches.com/so-shoot ... ber-strap/
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