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Old Yesterday, 08:52 PM   #91
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Originally Posted by rickard14 View Post
I struggled for months to decide which Rolex to get then finally settled on the SD43. After reading this review I am so glad I did. Iím next on the list and hopefully will have some first-hand experience soon. For those of you that already have this watch, how many have elected to remove the divers extension. Is this something I should or should not do and what would are the pros and cons? To answer the obvious question up front, I will Never use the extension
I removed mine as well. The divers extension is too long and therefore prevents the bracelet from curving around the wrist like the regular links.

I did the same on my Dblue and the comfort/fit is markedly better

Congrats in advance.
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Sampson66: thanks so much for your reply. The fact that itís more comfortable is all I needed to hear
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