Depends on the weight of the watch, the strength of the springbar and force of the movement. I used to own a TH F1 automatic chrono, thing was a big boi but the spring bars I used were china-crap. Anyways i was shoveling with intensity and hit a rock. The watch flung right off my wrist and into the ground!Wait, what? Lol. Can someone explain this to me?
I thought NATO's were one of the safest straps. Because if you have a spring bar fail, it still keeps the watch on your wrist because the way the strap is routed...
Nice man! I also have the GMT as well as the Black Bay 58. The 58 gets more wrist time for sure but the GMT is a solid piece.
Noticed you were in St. Pete, get it from Mayors?