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3.0 out of 5 stars Critical review please read on.., 30 July 2014
This review is from: FamiylMall(TM)18-24mm Soft Silicone Rubber Watch Band Strap Clasp Sports Diver Waterproof 22mm (Misc.)
These are good quality rubber. The same kind you would get with the citizen eco drive divers straps..
They are also not the cheap bendy silicone type either (resin the chinese call them..)

anyway main problem however is that you literally have to CUT it down to size because there is no size adjustment even thought the image would have you believe otherwise.. If you can get around that then buy one because they are a steal!

Oh, and another issue, they don't have size 23mm !! I can't find it anywhere if anyone knows where I can find these in 23mm please let me know!
(btw there is one seller on ebay selling 23mm however when I ordered it a 22mm arrived)

ps. buying from ebay is a nightmare
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Initial post: 27 Oct 2014 09:01:25 GMT
Last edited by the author on 27 Oct 2014 09:08:28 GMT
Well, OBVIOUSLY, you have to cut them IF you want this type of clasp, where the ends are hidden, with no holes, otherwise you should go for the traditional band with multiple holes - what do you want??? Classic case of wanting to own your cake AND eat it.
BTW, the main types of synthetic waterproof strap are: resin (cheapest, they crack & break along the crack after a few months), silicone (such as THIS one, despite you saying it's not; they are usually a bit too stretchy, and attract and hold onto dust and fibres like the sticky side of sellotape), polyurethane (the best material - it has just the right amount of flexibility, yet not really stretchy, is strong and long lasting, looks great and can be molded in various designs and textures with a high degree of definition); finally, natural rubber - can be very good too if properly cured, but has no appreciable advantages over polyurethane, not even in the looks department; however, they are ludicrously expensive, and almost exclusively used by just a few very upmarket brands.
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