As I show in the video, the clasp is an idea I wish every bracelet had:
When retracted, it tucks in nicely.
It seems silly to talk about a clasp, but it solves a real need: your wrist changes size.
My Marinemaster had an extending bracelet, but the clasp was too thick, this design is better and not much thicker than the 4.5mm bracelet.
Links use split pins and show good finishing.
If you look at the lugs, you’ll notice two sets of holes:
That costs more, but it lets you choose whichever makes the strap fit better. You can therefore use thicker leather, NATOs or unusual straps and have them fit. Bravo!
That picture is a good transition to discussing the case. Brushed finish, with polished details, overall more finely made than some of the boutique Hong Kong divers. Even invisible bits, notice how the spring bar holes are smoothed and beveled.
The case is compact, though in a perfect world I’d prefer it to be a couple of millimeters thinner.
Note here the good fit between the bracelet and watch. The case end is square, not curved, which gives more options for third-party straps and bracelets.