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  • #61
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ID:	56082 Came across this, Tuna 22mm nos
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    Last edited by cyma; 30-01-20, 14:13.
    'Man Invented time, Cyma Perfected it.'

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    • cyma
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      Can you put a pic up please? Pete.

    • harlansmart
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      What model reference is written on the rubber?

    • cyma
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      Cannot see a no ,,?

  • #62
    Originally posted by captainscarlet1 View Post
    I reckon you could re glue it. I would probably take off the whole layer, then sand each contact surface to remove old glue and give a good bonding surface and then glue them back together again.
    Sounds doable, but a little complicated. Might flick you an email Alex.

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    • #63
      Correction: Everything about that first grey NATO that really works well...

      Originally posted by retlaw4 View Post
      Something about that first grey NATO that really works well. Nice and casual. The MCL crackly leather would be my second pick!
      Harlan
      Timekeeper Watch Club
      New Zealand, Pacific Ocean, Earth

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      • #64
        22mm Grey Zulu of un-known brand... actually just washed it & notice how faded it's getting, tigermantis gave me this strap so it has sentimental value, perhaps I should lay off ti a bit

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        Harlan
        Timekeeper Watch Club
        New Zealand, Pacific Ocean, Earth

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        • Hammers
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          Can't beat a grey zulu, can wear it on just about any watch

      • #65
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        Blue Eulit on DeepTech. Probably a tad blue for me given the black dial, but nice option for the blue dial crowd.

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        Last edited by kiwi.bloke; 11-02-20, 14:27.

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        • #66
          Mesh... had a secret hope it would look awesome in mesh... sadly not so sure. Case is quite tall. Needs to be I guess for all that 2.5km WR!

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          • Slashman
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            I think that mesh is awesome never seen that before.

        • #67
          Any one got one of these ? would have to be very rare? Seiko speedtimer reference XLA-191, Click image for larger version

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          'Man Invented time, Cyma Perfected it.'

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          • #68
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            Last edited by Slashman; 17-02-20, 18:30.

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            • retlaw4
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              Hope it didn't break while on your wrist!

          • #69
            New shoes for 5719. Temporarily given up in finding an original correct bracelet, so picked up this BoR. You quite often see 5719 on this style, so I thought I give it a go. First impressions are really positive, I think it really suits the watch.

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            'Beauty is in the eye of the beholder' - but lets face it some people have better eyesight than others!

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            • harlansmart
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              OEM steel isn't easy to find eh, I bet ?

          • #70
            Originally posted by Slashman View Post
            Metal clasp broke so resorted to the rubber strap.
            It did, but thankfully I felt it loosen and grabbed it.

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            • #71
              Decided to try something different with the SHOM.

              Taken it off of the Omega mesh bracelet with seat belt clasp and put it on a Bonetti Centurri rubber using omega seamaster clasp. Imo this clasp is one of the best around, fully adjustable, full dive extension and overall an awesome piece of engineering. Normally seen on the Ploprof.

              See what you think.

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              'Beauty is in the eye of the beholder' - but lets face it some people have better eyesight than others!

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              • kiwi.bloke
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                Done exactly this on a couple of my Omega watches. Awesome combo.
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