Originally Posted by Sgt_Strider
lol, thx for the reassurance. I'm just wondering how do I get the leather strap to fit my wrist perfectly? Does Seiko sell different kind of straps to accomodate the differences in wrist size or I just have to use the different holes in the strap to secure it on my wrist?
If you have small wrists, shorter-than-normal watchstraps are available from a number of places. Here are two from whom I've bought straps with good results.http://debeerwatchbands.com/http://www.thewatchprince.com/watch-band
If you have regular-sized wrists (say 6.75" to 7.5"), a regular-length strap should work with the existing holes. If the strap is too loose in the last hole, you could have another hole punched (or, better, go to a smaller strap). If you have large wrists, extra-length straps are available from suppliers like DeBeer and the WatchPrince. The DeBeer bands are particularly nice, and you can get them directly from DeBeer or from the WatchPrince, who also sells many other brands. Getting a good fit to your wrists should be no problem whatsoever. The one thing you don't want is a band that is too long. In that case, the end wraps up the side of the band and gets caught on things.