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    Re: * Official Liquid Metal Thread *

    Hello everyone. It's great to see all your watches. I'd be honored if I could be added to the list of LM LE owners. Mine is #324 and I've owned it since Feb. 2011.

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    I wish I had an original 1948 Seamaster model to pose with the LM, but this is the closest I have in my collection. A 1957ish cal 501.

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    I think it goes well with my wife's Datejust.


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    I tried it on mesh for a while and like that a lot but ended up coming back to the original bracelet.

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    With the bracelt sized for me, it weighs 183 grams.

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    Don't have a photo of it, but I've measured the head by itself to be 88 grams.
    Couple of other photos.


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    I hope this post works. I'm pretty new here. Thanks everyone.
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    Re: * Official Liquid Metal Thread *

    Quote Originally Posted by Lou P View Post
    Hello everyone. It's great to see all your watches. I'd be honored if I could be added to the list of LM LE owners. Mine is #324 and I've owned it since
    Beautiful photos, Lou, and welcome to the PO LM LE "club".

    solesman
    Andre112
    gippo
    jmsrolls
    vkd668
    mfserge
    downer
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    taphil
    nairb-ca
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    ddatta
    GravityZ
    A.I.
    jwalther*
    Ultraman
    tartine.74
    king1412
    ChronoScot
    Aidanm
    sealy
    Dimitriy
    sager
    matthewmmaddox
    timenut
    mikkemus23
    Kaner
    LiquidMetalPO
    Mr Smooth
    Robby H
    improviz
    sunster
    Lou P
    woof37... pending?

    * I'm not sure whether jwalther still owns his, as his signature would currently suggest otherwise

    Last edited by ChronoScot; October 21st, 2012 at 00:05.
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    Re: * Official Liquid Metal Thread *

    You need this tool

    A&F 189.810 Swiss Bracelet Pin Remover Watch Tool - Bergeon Swiss Made Watchmakers Tools, Horotec Watchmakers Repair Tools, Screwdrivers, Consumables


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    please note this has a long pin so it pushes out the pin almost completely.
    Very important because if you use a short pin tool you need to pull out the last part with a pair of pliers and if it slips you might damage the watch.

    i did it myself with this tool multiple times and if you do it carefully it will take 30 minutes max.

    Also before you begin think through what you are going to do
    If you want the clasp in the middle you might need to remove parts from different places.
    for example i resized mine and added a second half link(each on every side so it shows and fits better)
    Also note the arrow which shows in which directions the pin needs to be pushed out.
    for pushing it back there is some disagreement.
    i push the pin back exactly the way it came out.
    you will notice a marker on the pin when it comes out.
    i believe this marker its a bit thicker so it stays inside once you pull it in.
    now if you pull it in from the side it came from it will go in very easy for the most part and you only need force to push the last part in.
    i use a alluminum ruler to push in the last part instead of a hammer.
    Alluminum will not damage steel.
    search the forum.
    i believe this is described very good with photo's



    Quote Originally Posted by woof37 View Post
    Love the pics, guys. Will share some of mine just as soon as I get it sized! Speaking of which, if a kind WUSer would PM me some "safe" bracelet resizing tips, I'd appreciate it. I'd much prefer to buy the tools and get it right the first time, but even after looking at my bracelet #s and reading several articles, I'm a bit confused. Danke!
    Last edited by GravityZ; October 20th, 2012 at 11:43.

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    Re: * Official Liquid Metal Thread *

    Quote Originally Posted by ChronoScot View Post
    Beautiful photos, Lou, and welcome to the PO LM LE "club".

    solesman
    Andre112
    gippo
    jmsrolls
    vkd668
    mfserge
    downer
    Cheshire Mark
    taphil
    nairb-ca
    aardvarkbark
    ddatta
    GravityZ
    A.I.
    jwalther*
    Ultraman
    tartine.74
    king1412
    ChronoScot
    Aidanm
    sealy
    Dimitriy
    sager
    matthewmmaddox
    timenut
    mikkemus23
    Kaner
    LiquidMetalPO
    Mr Smooth
    Robby H
    improvizsunster
    Lou P

    * I'm not sure whether jwalther still owns his, as his signature would currently suggest otherwise

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    Re: * Official Liquid Metal Thread *

    Yes chronoscott, you forgot to put sunster into the club.Its 33 people of 1948 in the world now...and soon become 34 if woof37 give the proof-pic :)And hopefully it still coming more PO LM LE owners here....this is a very very elegant and stunning watch.
    Audemars Piguet ROO Navy, H series, 42mm
    Panerai 270 Luminor Marina GMT 10days, 44mm
    JLC Duometre Quantieme Lunaire, 42mm
    Omega Planet Ocean Liquidmetal Limited Edition 222.30.42.20.01.001, 42mm
    Omega Aqua Terra DayDate blue teak dial, 41mm
    Omega SMP Bond 212.30.41.61.01.001 Black Bezel Quartz, 41mm
    Rolex Datejust II 116333, slate grey dial with green roman numeral, 41mm
    Rolex Submariner Ceramic 116610LV (hulk), 40mm
    Casio G-Shock Ga-1000
    Tag Heuer Link WT1212

    Sold :
    -- Panerai pam 392 P series, 42mm (Sold)
    -- Omega Planet Ocean 2208.50, cal.2500, orange bezel, 45.5mm (Sold)
    -- Chopard Mille Miglia GT XL Chrono, 44mm (sold)
    -- Chopard "Speed Black 3" limited edition 1000 (SOLD)
    -- Gshock GS-120a (SOLD)

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    Re: * Official Liquid Metal Thread *

    Quote Originally Posted by sunster View Post
    You may add me to this list
    He did, but there's a typo: my handle and yours got combined on the same line as "improvizsunster"!

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    Quote Originally Posted by improviz View Post
    He did, but there's a typo: my handle and yours got combined on the same line as "improvizsunster"!
    Apologies for the typo gents. I've corrected it in my earlier post now, thanks for pointing that out.
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    Re: * Official Liquid Metal Thread *

    Quote Originally Posted by Lou P View Post
    Hello everyone. It's great to see all your watches. I'd be honored if I could be added to the list of LM LE owners. Mine is #324 and I've owned it since Feb. 2011.

    Name:  IMG_1274 ws.jpg
Views: 1250
Size:  113.7 KB

    I wish I had an original 1948 Seamaster model to pose with the LM, but this is the closest I have in my collection. A 1957ish cal 501.

    Name:  LM w vintage Seamaster IMG_0106.jpg
Views: 1290
Size:  108.4 KB


    I think it goes well with my wife's Datejust.


    Name:  IMG_0084 1024_768.jpg
Views: 1142
Size:  134.3 KB

    I tried it on mesh for a while and like that a lot but ended up coming back to the original bracelet.

    Name:  ws 4_2_11 IMG_1123.jpg
Views: 1231
Size:  639.4 KB

    With the bracelt sized for me, it weighs 183 grams.

    Name:  PO LM weight P1010367.jpg
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Size:  130.3 KB

    Don't have a photo of it, but I've measured the head by itself to be 88 grams.
    Couple of other photos.


    Name:  New Arrival Tease.jpg
Views: 1052
Size:  84.5 KB


    Name:  PO a matter of style.jpg
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    I hope this post works. I'm pretty new here. Thanks everyone.
    Great photos and welcome to the LiquidMetaltastic Club

    Mark
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    Re: * Official Liquid Metal Thread *

    Add me, I just got mine two weeks ago and love it.
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    Re: * Official Liquid Metal Thread *

    Quote Originally Posted by navyasw02 View Post
    Add me, I just got mine two weeks ago and love it.
    Congrats! Post some pics of that beauty!

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