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    BUND STyle straps

    Hi all
    Can anyone point me in the right direction for a good quality BUND style strap?
    I have tried lots but the issue I have is the straps are too short. I would prefer the tail end to be a bit longer once done up.



    As it stands the original BUND straps as issued only have 2 holes left when done up meaning the tail is short and falls out of the keepers.

    So does any one know of a good quality bund strap with a longer length? I have a 7.5 inch wrist

    Cheers in advance
    John
    Last edited by Sinnlover; 8th June 2018 at 14:23.

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    I'm also 7.5 and i never found eddies too short
    So long, and thanks for all the fish :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by seikopath View Post
    I'm also 7.5 and i never found eddies too short
    That's strange as I have also tried Eddies and whilst good quality they were even shorter.

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    Recently ordered from Stevesotraps and was able to specify length required


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    This 20mm Eulit is way too long for my 6 7/8" wrists. You can have it if you want, drop me a PM with address.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Curta View Post
    This 20mm Eulit is way too long for my 6 7/8" wrists. You can have it if you want, drop me a PM with address.

    That's very kind of you but the one I am wearing at the moment is a Eulit so I presume the same length.
    I guess it's my wrist shape!
    Looking at the watch down the length of my arm, the pad does look to be very square which is pushing the strap away from my wrist resulting in the issue I have, I wouldn't mind but it's an old strap, at least 5 years old so not going to get any softer.
    The length of the straps mean I don't tend to wear either my Tutima or Sinn 155 which is a shame.
    Looks like bispoke is the way to go then.

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