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...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.
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.