We are both proud and excited to now carry Maratac™ brand Zulu® watch straps. These straps are everything we could want in a watch strap for use in a high stakes environment. The nylon is both soft but firm with laser burnt holes leaving no nasty burrs to irritate your wrist or wear on your wet suit. The buckles are made from brushed high grade 316L Stainless Steel that has extremely low (if any) magnetic properties making these straps ideal for use with your dive compass as well as your watch. These bands are a one-piece design that weaves through your watch for maximum watch security during wet operations or just around town. King Neptune has enough watches. He doesn't need yours too. We would gladly put these bands up against any other band on the market as the most rugged and secure available. Solid and robust with no frills.
(Note: 20 mm fits SARs and Marathon Navigators and many civilian watches, but you should measure to be sure)
(Note: 22mm fits most Luminox and Seiko Dive watches, but you should measure to be sure)
Go nowhere else for your Zulu straps. My Seiko solar diver has had one from CountyComm since day one. Do it for you, and do it for your watch. No regrets from this 10 year customer.
Reviewing the regular Maratac Zulu - so good, best I've worn. Firm material holds heavy dive watches in place (GSAR). Durable. The rings stay in place too, no flopping around like on the S-Line straps.
Two wishes: 1. That they came in more colors (navy, kelly green, cream), I'd buy! 2. That the S-Line was made in this material.
I'm not sure how many Maratac straps I own, but I know that they are, hands down, the best strap on the market. I bought my first Maratac strap in 2008 and every one that I have bought is still serviceable (although many of them look pretty rough after multiple deployments under harsh conditions). I recently purchased a Sangin Instruments Para Overlord watch that came on a very expensive (between 40 and 50 pounds English) Alpha Zulu strap. After I wore it for a few days, I replaced the Alpha Zulu with a Maratac strap.
Disappointed that there aren't enough holes to handle my 6.25" wrist. I may have to modify it or gift it. But well built and suitable for really big-wristed people.