Mesh watch bands have been around for decades and they are still among one of the most popular types of watch bands out there in the watch world today. Mesh bands are made from a core foundation of metal wires (eg. stainless steel wires) which are then worked through various complex stages of manufacture to give a robust and flexible metal mesh work.
When it comes down to mesh watch bands, there’s really only a few selections available such as the Shark mesh,Milanese Mesh, Winghead Shark Mesh, and now we’re adding one more to the list, the Massy Mesh Band.
(Left) on Omega Speedmaster Professional Chronograph Moon watch : 20mm Solid End Massy Mesh Band Stainless Steel Watch Bracelet, Submariner Diver Clasp, Brushed [MC201805B002B]
(Middle) on Seiko Prospex Marinemaster MM300 Diver AutomaticSBDX017 20mm Solid End Massy Mesh Band Stainless Steel Watch Bracelet, Wetsuit Ratchet Buckle, Brushed [MC201817B002B]
(Right) Seiko SARB033 Mechanical Automatic Black Dial Watch : 22mm Solid End Massy Mesh Band Stainless Steel Watch Bracelet, Button Chamfer Diver Clasp, Brushed [MC201819B002B]
These Massy Mesh bands are fit to match with all kinds of watches and occasions. Not only does it look good with vintage watches, but also modern watches, it can look classy when it matches with something like the Rolex GMT Master or it can look sporty when it matches with the Seiko MM300.
The Massy Mesh bands are going to be a hit since they come with four adjustable links on each band to help with sizing. Finally, an adjustable mesh watch band where people can’t complain about how they are not able to properly size up with a mesh band.
Vintage Rolex Submariner 5512 have an outstanding beefy look on Massy Mesh Band
(Left) Demo on Vintage Rolex 2 Tone GMT Master 1675 Root Beer Nipple Dial
(Right) Demo on Tudor Prince Oyster Date Submariner ‘Snowflake’ 7016/0
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Written by Sammy
Photo by Toni