They felt a little flimsy compared to the nato straps, like the adjustment holes are not sturdy enough.
After wearing the new band for 2 weeks it is stretching out the hole for the buckle. I am trying super glue to keep the fabric band/ hole from elongating to the next adjustment hole. On your end it think the fabric might be to thin! Love the color and fit, but feel like it's very temporary!
The dive straps were excellent however the customer service is nonexistent my order #bs69300 was buy 2 get 1 free tried calling emailing texting no response.
The strap is too long. Much longer than a standard NATO strap.
I expected better quality. The material stretched a lot turning the hole into a large oval. Very disappointed.
The quality of the strap is everything I hoped it would be. Unfortunately I ran into a whole lot of bad luck. The strap was shipped on 24 Jan 2020 and didn't receive it until 10 Feb 2020. It was still in the USA on the 30/01/2020, one week after it was shipped. When it finally was received, it was the wrong strap. The second try was about the same. The order was shipped on 12 Feb 2020 and received today on 2 March 2020. Again, it took from the 12th to the 21st just to get out of the USA, took a detour through Poland, and finally made it here today. I received the correct strap this time, and love the quality and appearance of the strap. That helps compensate for the bad, and the 1 and a half months I've been waiting for it.
I’m a big fan of all the BluShark straps, but this series is unfortunate my least favorite. I own three and although they are high quality straps, the material feels weaker than the other series and the very small sizing holes stretch out and fray easily. I wear my 3 ring zulus much less frequently than my other BluSharks and they are already more worn out that the others. If these were made the same way as the others, just with zulu rings instead, I think they’d be my favorite straps, hands down.
By far the softest and most comfortable strap I own. At unboxing I was concerned about it being beefy enough to keep my watch from flopping around , (Sinn EZM 3F, not a light watch), but it's absolutely perfect. I'd buy again.
Not very olive - see comparison with another olive green strap ....
Nice looking straps. The hardware is well made and the stitching is good. I ordered three different colors and they seem to be closer to 1.2mm than the 1.4mm advertised. I'm concerned about their durability. One run and the keeper hole is deformed.
Everything I stated in my first review holds true, I bought the 24mm for my little brothers modded G-Shock for Christmas, he's in the military and this is his go to tough beater watch, he has a few other single pass straps but he absolutely loves this strap, he likes it much better then the rest so I will be ordering more in a few different colors for him, great job as always ⌚
I'm always happy with BluShark products and this strap is very impressive, I've never seen a single pass nylon strap quite like this, the material is super soft and comfortable, your watch will sit tight to the wrist with no added bulk, it also has a really nice sheen to it as it plays with the light and the subtle line down the middle really ads a certain something that I really like, on top of that this material also seems to me to be very durable and doesn't seem like it would fray very easily, its hard to explain, it reminds me of a firehose type nylon "if that makes sense" super strong but again very soft and pliable, I really like this strap, by far my favorite single pass out there, I hope this helps anyone looking into this strap, you won't be disappointed⌚ PS- just a thought to BluShark, a Nato in this exact material would be killer too, theres nothing like it that i've seen on the market and I'd definitely buy them, thanks as always for great products⌚
First, I love the BluShark bands. I have a full-on collection, but this was my first time trying the 3-ring series. They are super supple, comfortable, and thin. Unfortunately this doesn't lend them for use on heavy watches well. As you can see I have this on a true dive watch, a "tool" watch, and its's almost too much for band. The weight of this watch has already stretched the prong hole, and the buckle frame will twist within the stitching. If it twists enough, the prong will slide past the frame and the watch will come off. This has occurred, only once, but it was the typical backpack strap that did it. It took a minute to figure out just what happened, but the material of the band is so supple and foldable that it allows the buckle frame to twist. Bottom line: great comfortable band - just use it with a light watch only.
Love it so much better than I thought it would be will buy more