Deep Blue Master 2000 Wider Band

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  1. #1
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    Deep Blue Master 2000 Wider Band

    I love the Deep Blue Master 2000 with the exception of the skinny 22mm band. How can I get a wider ss band that will fit into the case properly of the Master 2000. I believe that others have used this same case in their watches. Does anyone else make a 24 mm band?

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    Member Raza's Avatar
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    Re: Deep Blue Master 2000 Wider Band

    It would be easier if you wanted a wider leather or rubber strap, but I don't know of any steel bands that are 24mm wide and 22mm wide at the ends.
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    Re: Deep Blue Master 2000 Wider Band

    Why don't you email Stan at Deep Blue/Panatime? He's the man that owns DB and designed this watch. (from catalog parts) He also owns/runs Panatime which is a very well know online strap and bracelet vendor, he will know exactly what straps will or will not work for this watch and will be able to tell you if your idea can be done or not. He's a great guy and will bend over backwards to help out a WIS!!

    Good luck, and be sure to let us know what you come up with.
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    Re: Deep Blue Master 2000 Wider Band

    Get yourself a 24mm Watchadoo and file the ends from 24mm to 22mm. I have a 24mm on my Ecozilla, it's a great band.

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