Before the beloved SARB03x series was released, there was a precursor sold only in Japan. These JDM (Japanese Domestic Market) models were labeled as SCVS001 and SCVS003, and they came with a very unique bracelet that never appeared on any of the later iterations. Since I didn't know what to call it, I posed the question on Instagram and ask my Nephews to vote. The most popular submission was "The Continental."
This is undoubtedly the nicest SARB bracelet I have produced to date. Not only is it unique looking, but it's sturdy and weighty, in all the best ways possible. If you only plan to buy one aftermarket bracelet for your SARB, this should be the one.
The Continental comes with solid end-links and a milled clasp. I am also including an additional clasp with 3 micro-adjustments (not pictured) so as to not repeat Seiko's mistake and create a bunch of unhappy fans who can't seem the get the right fit. This will cover all your bases and make sure you truly enjoy wearing it.
Designed to fit: Seiko SARB033, SARB035, SARB037, SCVS001, SCVS003
One bracelet, one pair of solid end-links, one pair of 1.78mm and one pair of 1.5mm spring bars, and one additional clasp with an extra micro-adjustment.