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    Casio adaptors

    I've been thinking about putting on a NATO watch band on my 9300,Paw 2000 and my GX 56 King. I was wondering if the adaptor will work with these models and if they do do they keep the watch snug against the strap? It looks like the watch may flop around some. I could be wrong.
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    I do not know about the adapters. However I have worn many Natos and they are very comfortable. If you snug it to your wrist you will not have any issues. A very good alternative to the resin/rubber straps. You've got me interested in the idea now, and will be checking this thread for answers.

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    I have a Nato strap on my Traser and like it. I think I would like it on my G's just fine.

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    Re: Casio adaptors

    Quote Originally Posted by Rufus View Post
    I've ben thinking about putting on a NATO watch band on my 9300,Paw 2000 and my GX 56 King. I was wondering if the adaptor will work with these models and if they do do they keep the watch snug against the strap? It looks like the watch may flop around some. I could be wrong.
    On the PAW2000, a 22mm NATO/Zulu works just fine without the need for any adapters:





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    I've put my Riseman on a maratac strap using a pair of adapters. I had to shave off excess rubber to get the adapters to fit, but since then, the adapters fit nice and tight.
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    Re: Casio adaptors

    Quote Originally Posted by gaijin View Post
    On the PAW2000, a 22mm NATO/Zulu works just fine without the need for any adapters:





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    Great. Did you leave those plastic pieces on that are on the underside or did you take them off?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rufus View Post
    Great. Did you leave those plastic pieces on that are on the underside or did you take them off?
    You will have to take them off.

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    Re: Casio adaptors

    Any idea where one could find a pair?

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    Re: Casio adaptors

    anyone still have any idea? for 9300, casio sgw100 and also gshock aw-582c

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4Play View Post
    Any idea where one could find a pair?
    I bought mine on ebay for 12 bucks. Also you could check out CountyComm

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