I hear the wrist strap is very long. Where would you advice to source a shorter one?
Also do you think this watch can be also used as a weekend watch or too large?
If you are not planning on using the dive comp with a dry suit, I would just cut the strap to the desired length.
As for using it as a watch, it is large, so probably not the best watch choice.
I really like this wrist computer - however, as a female just over 5' tall, I find the wrist strap is quite long. I have seen it on people who simply just trim it down - which I intend to do. I have no idea where one might source a shorter wrist strap.
It is quite large - and unless you like to wear REALLY big watches, or are a larger person, then I don't think it would make a good weekend watch.
Hope this is helpful to your decision-making.
2 answers... The computer, in my opinion, is WAY too big to be a daily watch. It's huge! Regarding the watch strap, you can buy from Deep Sea Supply a bungee strap for the computer itself (without the watch strap) which keeps it very streamlined against your wrist.
It is too large for a watch. The strap is long but can be cut shorter. Very easy to read and manipulate even with gloves
It's a dive computer meant to fit over a wet suit some times 3mil sometimes 7mil I've"never" seen this as a problem.
Again it's a" dive computer" not a watch!
The strap can always be cut to size, but you intend on using it over a wet suit it should be left alone.
Also this is way too large to be used as watch
It's definitely too large to wear as a weekend watch.
The strap is very long, but you can cut it for the length you want. I used to tug it into the closure part, but it would always come loose and dangle under water. I decided to shorten it. The strap has grooves for easy cutting.