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    Question Frogman strap change...

    Hi all

    Seems like I have a Frogman inbound.! (Cheers Brad)

    I plan on fitting it with the adaptors and a 24mm Zulu strap, but its got me wondering...

    ..is there any special advice for taking the strap off a Frogman. I have had a look in the "how to" section and had a quick search but could not find anything about removing the straps.

    Any info greatly appricated, even better with pixs.!

    Just do not want to mess up the watch in the first few hours of owning it.

    Thanks
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    Re: Frogman strap change...

    Quote Originally Posted by cmity98
    Jeeze, cannot believe it would be that easy.!

    I expect the screws use is to hold the case to the module then..??

    Thanks for link
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    Re: Frogman strap change...

    Quote Originally Posted by deano42
    ..is there any special advice for taking the strap off a Frogman. I have had a look in the "how to" section and had a quick search but could not find anything about removing the straps.
    just a springbar tool will do

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    Re: Frogman strap change...

    Quote Originally Posted by stockae92
    just a springbar tool will do
    Or just the smallest flat-head screwdriver (the smallest in the pack of jewelry tools). I find that unlike on a Seiko, the depth of the springbar and the resin all round serves as a natural guide for the tool.

    Plus a regular springbar bar might not have much room to manouvre (with the larger forked head).

    Just my thoughts and 2c.

    daniel

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    Re: Frogman strap change...

    Just an update on the Zulu adpators for the Frogman. Be prepared to spend a little time possibly shaving the ends off the adaptors before they will allow the springbars to sit nicely in the lug holes.

    I used them stock for almost a week and in that time they poppped out quite a bit. Fortunately I HAD a Zulu on and the other one held. I didn't lose any springbar or the Frogman.

    The original straps went back on and the adaptors will be put to work on another watch.

    daniel

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