Evil D wrote: ↑
Tue Aug 20, 2019 7:37 am
On one hand I like the sound of this, but on the other hand I would rather the bar fail than it rip the holes out of my watch. I've had that happen on a couple cheaper watches in the past. I'm not sure if I should worry about it with a titanium watch but I also have no idea how something like that could be fixed either.
Have a extensive watch collection
No issue with a titanium watch, common on cheaper SS watches. A thicker Springbar like a Omega one will stop the wear on the cheaper watches you mention
I nearly lost a $5k Speedmaster with a strap fail a few months ago
it’s on a doubled leather strap now.
Although laser welding is used a lot in the watch game, especially for lug hole repair and refreshing of watches that are worth 10x what they were worth ie: vintage Rolex sub,s
Im a vegetarian as technically cows are made of grass and water.