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post #16 of 17
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Originally Posted by Gerry Nelson View Post

Bear in mind that this is a two tone sub which I don't think goes as well.

That said, I believe rkd should experiment as much as he likes with changing the straps, etc. It's a tool watch and as long as the changes aren't permanent, I see no harm. Two things will come of this:
  • he'll get a good understanding for removing and adding bracelets, straps, buckles and clasps
  • he'll learn what he likes on his own hand

It can be a little tricky getting the bracelet off when there are no pinholes though. Just be careful not to get scratches on the watch itself while you're doing it.

yeah thanks ... to whoever asked mine is the black color not blue. i love the blue but wanted something more versatile

and yeah its a B***H trying not to get scratches and getting swapping out the bands ... jesus. i think i did get small scratch on the inside of the band but i can always buff it out later with the cape cod cloths
post #17 of 17
Careful with the buffing - it contains a very mild abrasive so go easy or you could take too much metal off. Also, accept that the gold part of the bracelet will get a fair few scratches.

Anyway, despite the gold, it's a tool watch so use it and let Rolex take care of the polishing with your first service.
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