Straps, bracelets and parts
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This rubber strap was only $2 on ebay and it very nice for that price. I generally wear bracelets or otherwise I use black straps. But I have a yellow Zodiac Seadragon that I wear once every couple of months. The color of this new arrival is a bit more lime than the neon green I am seeing on my computer monitor. It is advertised as for a Samsung Gear S3. It is 22mm lug width with easy change pins. I like it enough that I just ordered a few more colors. For $2 each this is an affordable way to have some colors I might only wear a few times a year.
I put it on a $4 watch to start but might try it on some others including my Victorinox Maverick. It might not fit all watches without cutting back the shoulders a bit.
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That sure is bright. Looks good for the price you stole it at. Congrats.
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At least you won't lose it.
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Perfect strap to jog at night with. I'm being serious; if that doesn't reflect at night, I don't know what would.
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