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    Re: * Official Liquid Metal Thread *

    just received my new Omega Rubber Strap for my PO LM LE
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    Re: * Official Liquid Metal Thread *

    !!!!!! ALERT ALERT !!!!!!!!
    Anyone wanting to still buy this beauty. There is still a new one for sale!
    Only problem. It's in Bondi Sydney.

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    Re: * Official Liquid Metal Thread *

    Looks like a LE LM: https://forums.watchuseek.com/f20/dan...ng-777502.html

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    Looks like another one for the list ChronScot, or at least make him an honorary member being a fellow Cheshire Man could i suggest CheshireDan would be a great name for the list


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    Will do...still trying to size mine, believe it or not. Got the tools in to put the links back on...just a bit hesitant to do so. I will cry if I scratch it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by woof37 View Post
    Will do...still trying to size mine, believe it or not. Got the tools in to put the links back on...just a bit hesitant to do so. I will cry if I scratch it.
    Just bring it to omega boutique (they will resize it for free), or any watch shop to resize them. Dont do it your self, its so risky.
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    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
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    -- Omega Planet Ocean 2208.50, cal.2500, orange bezel, 45.5mm (Sold)
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    Re: * Official Liquid Metal Thread *

    Quote Originally Posted by Robby H View Post
    Just bring it to omega boutique (they will resize it for free), or any watch shop to resize them. Dont do it your self, its so risky.
    No boutiques or ADs around here, nor anywhere within 500 miles. Omega must not like us in the South very much.


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    Re: * Official Liquid Metal Thread *

    just think things through before you begin.
    put tape on every part you do not want to scratch, imagine you will make a scratch and then DO NOT MAKE A SCRATCH

    i did resize it and with the right tools(with the long pin) it is very easy.

    Also remember while you are working on your watch to put away every piece that might damage the watch.

    eg removing the pins and then put your watch upside down on those pins is not a smart thing to do(and yes people have done that)



    Quote Originally Posted by woof37 View Post
    Will do...still trying to size mine, believe it or not. Got the tools in to put the links back on...just a bit hesitant to do so. I will cry if I scratch it.
    Last edited by GravityZ; November 20th, 2012 at 19:04.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GravityZ View Post
    just think things through before you begin.
    put tape on every part you do not want to scratch, imagine you will make a scratch and then DO NOT MAKE A SCRATCH

    i did resize it and with the right tools(with the long pin) it is very easy.

    Also remember while you are working on your watch to put away every piece that might damage the watch.

    eg removing the pins and then put your watch upside down on those pins is not a smart thing to do(and yes people have done that)
    The parts that scare me are (a) using pliers to pull the pin from the watch, as I would think you would bend/damage/crimp the pins by doing so, and (b) putting the pins back in. Still not 100% sure on how to best put them back in. If there's a certain set of pliers I need, I'll go pick them up.


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    Re: * Official Liquid Metal Thread *

    when you got the right tool with the long pin it will almost push the pin out.
    when you use a set of pliers you do not need that much force to pull it out ao the pin will not damage or dent.
    choose a set of pliers which have a flat surface on the inside so it will not damage the pin.

    push the pin out in the direction of the arrow on the bracelet.
    you will notice the pin has a collar/marking on the first part which comes out.
    this part is what holds the pin inside(maybe it is a bit thicker)
    so when you put it back in it makes sense you put it back in the way it came out.

    so if you push it out on top, first comes out the collar/marking and then the rest of the pin.
    put it back in from the top, first the part without the collar/marking

    this makes sense because the pin will go in easy almost al the way . when you get at the marking you will notice you need more force to put in the last part
    if you do it the other way around you need more force right from the start.

    to summarize

    right tool with long ;pin to push out the pin for 90%
    right pliers with flat surface
    pull it out with almost no force(make sure you do not launch your watch in the other direction)
    after resizing put the pin back in the way it came out.
    use a wooden or aluminum piece to push in the last part(no hammer)




    Quote Originally Posted by woof37 View Post
    The parts that scare me are (a) using pliers to pull the pin from the watch, as I would think you would bend/damage/crimp the pins by doing so, and (b) putting the pins back in. Still not 100% sure on how to best put them back in. If there's a certain set of pliers I need, I'll go pick them up.

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