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I already own a Sumo and love it, but it is about as large of a case size I want to go in my "Golden Years".

Had a Sinn U1 and flipped it because I thought it was too heavy and unbalanced on my wrist.

I now find myself drawn to the Marine Master 300m. Couple of questions, does the Marine Master ride noticeably higher on the wrist then the Sumo, and the bracelet (outside of the clasp), is it really that much better then the one on the Sumo?

Thanks ahead of time!
 

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What about the bracelet, is it much better then the Sumo?
I am not familiar with the sumo bracelet so i cant comment on that. I know there are a few members that have both. I will say that the adjustable clasp is IMO the best ive ever had the pleasure to use and that or similar adjustable feature should be standard on all watches. The actuall bracelet is very nice but i like the one on my TSAR better. Its more solid. Having said that the bracelet is solid enough and to be honest any additional weight would be a negative.
 

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Thanks Mark, you be the man! This photo you showed on your thread is why the Marine Master is now off my wish list. Case is just too thick and high.



The Sumo is about as thick a case as I want. Your review just saved me a couple of "G" I was about to drop on the MM300. I am actually growing more fond of the Sumo every day I own it. I like it better then some other divers I paid 5 times the price for.

 

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The bracelet is better, the clasp is outstanding. I don't find my MM300 wears that much higher than my Sumo did (though it feels much heavier), but I believe it has a shorter L to L which may explain that.

I personally like the MM300 more than the Sumo, but then again I better like it more for how much more it cost. I still would not hesitate to buy a Sumo again though.
 
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