My wrist is too small. I originally wanted the blue chrono but the extra 1.5mm plus the chrono pushers makes it out of my size range. Even this one is pushing it in size for my wrist. Plus overall, I think this one is more versatile. It also gives me a reason to buy an Omega Blue Bond in the future since I can't see myself owning more than one blue dialed watch at a time.
Thanks. I opted for the strap, and swapped the black gator for the brown buffalo because I really wanted the vintage military watch look, but the bracelet offered on that watch is one of the nicest I've ever seen.
Also, if you like slightly smaller (40mm and below) pieces, consider the Speedmaster Date Automatic w/blue dial instead of the Bond watch. Slightly smaller, slightly rarer and doesn't have the helium valve which I'm really not a fan of.
Watch in transit.
German Made Deep Sea Automatic GMT DS GMT/STBL
Movement: \tMechanical Self-winding Automatic Movement, Cal. TY2846
Functions: \tHours, Minutes, Sweep Seconds - Date at 3:00 - additional centered hand for second timezone (GMT, 24 hours indication)
Casing: \tStainless steel case with rotatable GMT bezel (to set the 2nd timezone), scratch-resistant sapphire crystal with date magnifier, screw-in steel back of casing and screw-in crown
Dial: \tBlue dial with white scales, luminous markers and skeleton-style hands
Watchband: \t3-link stainless steel bracelet with deployant clasp and safety
Water-resistance: \tTo 30 ATM (300 m / 1000 ft.), usable for diving
Dimensions: \tDiameter 44 mm (with crown 46 mm) - Height 15 mm - Lug width 20 mm - Weight 191 g