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    Tudor BB58 Jubilee

    Fit and finish on my Black Bay 58 bracelet was too good. Luckily my much loved SKX013 jubilee fits on it (sort of). I think it looks pretty good, and it is more comfortable than the stock bracelet. Anyone else like this?
    PS - Man, I wish I could share the amazing sound it now makes on the wrist. Imagine a cart of flatware being pushed down a gravel road. Something a little like that... Beautiful.

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    Re: Tudor BB58 Jubilee

    Prepare to be flamed!

    I happen to really dig it.

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    Re: Tudor BB58 Jubilee

    Try the strapcode angus jubilee.

    I don’t se one specific for Tudor 58 but they do have some models for it. You should give them a call. Or get the straight ends one




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    Re: Tudor BB58 Jubilee

    Thanks for the warning, LOL. I'm totally new to this forum so still learning how to use it.

    Also, for anyone considering doing this, the end links snug up nicely and fit much better after a little bending.

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    Re: Tudor BB58 Jubilee

    @DonLuis, Thanks for the strapcode recommendation! I think the straight ends might look cool with this. I have 2 skx013 Jubilee bracelets so I think I may just stick with the one I have on now. There is just something i really love about the Seiko one. I think it is the flex and the Z clasp. Just works for me. I also trust that it is stronger than it seems due to the ISO certification.
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    Re: Tudor BB58 Jubilee

    What made you want to change the Tudor bracelet?
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    Re: Tudor BB58 Jubilee

    Egad! That thing looks terrible to me! That being said, you wear a watch for no one but you, so rock it if you like it!

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    Re: Tudor BB58 Jubilee

    Quote Originally Posted by Raza View Post
    What made you want to change the Tudor bracelet?
    I like to see how different straps/bracelets look. I really like the Tudor bracelet, and will continue to use it most often. Might use the jubilee occasionally because I think it is fun to mix things up.

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    Re: Tudor BB58 Jubilee

    Sorry OP. Honestly, I think the watch head looks better with the original bracelet. But... that’s just me.
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    Re: Tudor BB58 Jubilee

    Not for me

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