Discussion in 'Computers, Gauges, Watches and Analyzers' started by RAN, Sep 21, 2004.
what did you replace it with?
...an extra long waterbourne strap...perfect to use when you frequently wear different types of exposure protection. It's long enough to use with a drysuit but also can be used on your bare wrist...the SS loops hold the extra length so it doesn't flop around.
I would change from a strap to bungies. Use this to attach:
Hmm.. Does the bungeed Stinger work well both on a bare wrist and also on a drysuit over a 400g Thinsulate undergarment? At the least I would think it will be a little strange to wear as an everyday watch.
I second the X-straps. I and many others around me use the X-strap with their Stinger and like them. Great for wearing over both thick exposure protection and a bare wrist.
I also use the Waterborne strap on my Stinger. Works GREAT! I only use a 3mm suit now, but Im sure it fits on a 7mm. A while ago, it saved a Seiko dive watch during a haneous shore dive in St Croix. I got to shore (after 3 Urchin pricks) and saw my watch hanging by one pin - saved...by the Waterborne.
Never lost a pin, but my Stinger is on a Waterbourne strap - just in case.
I used the ss suunto band works fine...I just dont trust the mounting pins just my 2 cents
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