I find it annoying when a watch flops around on my wrist as I'm exercising or doing other activities. I normally wear a watch just above the bones at the wrist. What happens is eventually the Milanese loop loosens enough to be wide enough to slip over the bone and then slides until it hits the hand. The band is now loose and the watch flops around a bit, tending to move to the right side of my right arm. At least one reviewer of the Milanese Loop mentioned that he had to readjust it a couple of times a day so I can't plead that I didn't know this would happen. But I didn't expect to have to do it an order of magnitude more times a day. Just wondering if this bothers anyone else or if someone's found a workaround.