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    Fat spring bars

    Are the fat spring bars used in Seiko 007 200m divers solely used in Seiko only?

    Does anyone know if the spring bars in the Orient Mako / Marlin (i.e. Mako cousin) are fat or "normal"?

    Well, i recently bought a mesh bracelet intended for a Marline (which I haven buy yet) and the seller told me that fat spring bars (in Seiko 007) will not go in, only normal sized ones will.

    :thanks
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    Re: Fat spring bars

    Quote Originally Posted by kohym View Post
    Are the fat spring bars used in Seiko 007 200m divers solely used in Seiko only?

    Does anyone know if the spring bars in the Orient Mako / Marlin (i.e. Mako cousin) are fat or "normal"?

    Well, i recently bought a mesh bracelet intended for a Marline (which I haven buy yet) and the seller told me that fat spring bars (in Seiko 007) will not go in, only normal sized ones will.

    :thanks
    I know the Mako has regular spring bars, and I'm pretty sure the Marlin does also. To my knowledge, the only Orient that takes fat bars is the 300m diver.
    Regards,

    Gabe

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    Re: Fat spring bars

    thanks gabe!
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