Once you get past the name, to me they offer solid German quality, Ickler case work and prices that are attainable. I've been thinking about one of the Endurance chronos for a few months. Although I'm sure I will take a bath if I decide to sell it
I just received a PVD Tuna bracelet from Strapcode today. 21.5mm at the lugs (for '09 production or later) and it tapers into a fairly nice ratcheting clasp. It's available as a Oyster or Endmill style. Also, single sided screws in the adjustment links for easy removal. I'm going to put it on a SBBN...
I'll state the obvious and say I really like the Seacraft collection, even the big 45mm chrono. And, they can be had for very reasonable prices for used ones. Their watches look to be very well finished as well.
Peace be with you and yours. My dad passed suddenly in 1990, and I was the recipient of his GMT Master. When I wear it now, I can still envision it on his wrist even all these years later. It's quite special. Wear it in the best of health.
Bob Davis sells sells a reasonably priced one that has a body made from fiberglass resin and it comes in two versions. One with a longer pin for Omegas and one for pretty much everything else. It's a well made tool for the money. I think he posts at Timezone and Watchnet.
I think I read a Bamford review on aBlogtoWatch not long ago. They asked the question, at what point does it stop being a Rolex. I don't know the answer to that one, but I certainly don't find any Rolex sport watch in need of modification.