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Originally Posted by Mark from Plano View Post
Yeah, something like that, but I ordered mine as a custom rather than a RTW because I was matching it up with a gold Omega buckle I picked up, so I needed to specify both lug end width and buckle end width.

Also I would highly recommend ordering it custom (from this page) and getting the Ergot spring bars. I always have a black and a brown band made up for mine and switch them out from time to time to match my shoes. It also reduces the wear on the band to not wear the same one every day so they last longer.

I tried the Ergot spring bars once and the band came off during wear. I guess you haven't had problems, otherwise you wouldn't recommend them.
post #77 of 78
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^^^

Thanks
post #78 of 78
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Originally Posted by ozymandias View Post
 
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I'm awesome!

Here's a couple I've posted before.
1960's Connie Piepan in 18k pink gold (wearing it today, but couldn't get anything but crappy pics from my iPhone, so this is a file photo):


1946 Vintage bumper automatic in 18k yellow gold (file photo):

What kind of a bracelet is that in the second pic? Looks gorgeous did it come with the watch?

 

That's style right there! Very beautiful!

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