Disclaimer: this strap was loaned to me to test out since I own/owned a Tissot PRX. This is in no way sponsored by Delugs or any other entity.
To quickly sum up my thoughts – this strap is a blessing for those with smaller wrists that want to own a PRX 40mm. It wears a lot more compact, and feels comfortable while doing so. The quality is excellent and the design is well considered. A $200 strap for a $600-700 watch sounds like a very difficult ask, but given the following that the PRX has amassed over the last few years, I think there are enough die-hard PRX fans out there to make it work. A good rubber strap goes a long way in changing the experience of a watch, so this is worth saving up for if you’ve got a PRX in your forever-collection and you want to make it more sporty and more comfortable.
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Delugs CTS Rubber Straps – Beans & Bezels
[…] Delugs is perhaps one of the most exciting brands in the Straps & Accessories space. They’re constantly innovating and improving, and doing so by learning and understanding the needs of their customers. Their social media engagement is terrific, and they’ve built quite an impressive empire on Instagram. I reviewed my first set of their straps a little over two years ago, and the quality and options have only gotten better since, with some very exciting expansion into the Accessory space too. They’ve also made remarkable strides in designing straps for challenging case platforms like the Tissot PRX. […]
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