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    Love the simplicity of the Railmaster!
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    The Railmaster is one of my favorite Omegas!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ericgwoo View Post
    I was actually searching for an hour for an answer. Maybe someone here can help.

    I resized the bracelet myself and ended up marring some of the screws.

    Anyone know the part number for the screws?

    There is no official boutiques in SF for me to go to except for the one at the international terminal at SFO.


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    Re: Official Seamaster Railmaster Owner's Club

    Photos for the new page :p
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    Here is a shot of my now flipped 36mm Railmaster.

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    My Railmaster, traveling in So. Cal.


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    Official Seamaster Railmaster Owner's Club

    Quote Originally Posted by ericgwoo View Post
    I was actually searching for an hour for an answer. Maybe someone here can help.

    I resized the bracelet myself and ended up marring some of the screws.

    Anyone know the part number for the screws?

    There is no official boutiques in SF for me to go to except for the one at the international terminal at SFO.


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    If you can remember to PM me in the morning I will send you the part number. Itís on my desk at the office. I stripped a couple of screws- I was highly anxious to get it on my wrist - and ordered some new ones as it was also bothering me. Also got a decent screwdriver.

    Anyhow, on to the Railmaster. To me it has been the the every day wearer I was looking for. I work in engineering and always had a live for the railway- my mother and grandfather both having worked in the industry.

    I tried the Explorer 1 - but that wasnít for me- too classic, maybe lost on my generational experience. Tried the milgauss; and whilst unique it was too bulky, dressy, and that case design, dated.

    Along cane the Railmaster- a history steeped in the rail industry, a classic three hander from a brand I have know since I can remember. Oh, and itís also anti-magnetic with one of the best value movements around- to appease my inner science geek.




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    Re: Official Seamaster Railmaster Owner's Club

    Quote Originally Posted by VanAdian View Post
    If you can remember to PM me in the morning I will send you the part number. Itís on my desk at the office. I stripped a couple of screws- I was highly anxious to get it on my wrist - and ordered some new ones as it was also bothering me. Also got a decent screwdriver.

    Anyhow, on to the Railmaster. To me it has been the the every day wearer I was looking for. I work in engineering and always had a live for the railway- my mother and grandfather both having worked in the industry.

    I tried the Explorer 1 - but that wasnít for me- too classic, maybe lost on my generational experience. Tried the milgauss; and whilst unique it was too bulky, dressy, and that case design, dated.

    Along cane the Railmaster- a history steeped in the rail industry, a classic three hander from a brand I have know since I can remember. Oh, and itís also anti-magnetic with one of the best value movements around- to appease my inner science geek.



    Nice review and pictures. What model strap is that in the first photo? Thanks!


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    Re: Official Seamaster Railmaster Owner's Club

    Cheers.
    Itís a denim strap with patina stitching I got Aaron to make custom- aaronbespoke.com
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    Official Seamaster Railmaster Owner's Club

    Quote Originally Posted by VanAdian View Post
    If you can remember to PM me in the morning I will send you the part number. Itís on my desk at the office. I stripped a couple of screws- I was highly anxious to get it on my wrist - and ordered some new ones as it was also bothering me. Also got a decent screwdriver.

    Anyhow, on to the Railmaster. To me it has been the the every day wearer I was looking for. I work in engineering and always had a live for the railway- my mother and grandfather both having worked in the industry.

    I tried the Explorer 1 - but that wasnít for me- too classic, maybe lost on my generational experience. Tried the milgauss; and whilst unique it was too bulky, dressy, and that case design, dated.

    Along cane the Railmaster- a history steeped in the rail industry, a classic three hander from a brand I have know since I can remember. Oh, and itís also anti-magnetic with one of the best value movements around- to appease my inner science geek.






    Quote Originally Posted by VanAdian View Post
    Cheers.
    Itís a denim strap with patina stitching I got Aaron to make custom- aaronbespoke.com
    Beautiful band!


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