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There were 1mm gap between connecting links and original aqua terra bracelet in blue Aqua Terra which was sold recently with adjustable clasp installed. It can bee seen from large images. Curved shape of connecting links refers to fact that links were from planet ocean.
Is bracelet centerpieces in Aqua Terra with same width between 38.5mm and 41mm?
If bracelet centerpiece width matches with seamaster 300 master bracelet centerpiece width, clasp should be possible to instal...
Saw a recent post on another forum where AT owner tried at boutique. Said the gap did not look right and 1mm too big.
I will quote mmalek1 from Omega forums:
"So I went to my omega boutique to try to fit the push adjustable clasp to my aqua terra. They were thinking the seamaster 300 end links would work, however, when doing the fitting, the end links were slightly to wide, prob at least 1mm. We agreed that this would not be a smart move as it would wear quite quickly as well as exposing a huge weakness to the integrity of the bracelet. Is anything new about which end links fit the bracelet better? By the way, I have the 41.5 AT spectre. Wish I took a picture of the gap, but it did not look good. Please let me know, thanks guys."
So it seems that AT is not possible to be fitted perfectly with new clasps 1154 or 4666
Ω Seamaster Aqua Terra 188.8.131.52.03.003
Steinhart Apollon Chronograph
Ω Speedmaster Professional 3184.108.40.206.01.005
Ω Planet Ocean 220.127.116.11.01.001
Just added the clasp to my Speedmaster Co-Axial 9300 (318.104.22.168.01.002) and still waiting for the connecting links from Omega so that the Houston boutique can add the clasp to my Planet Ocean 8500 XL. This clasp has made a HUGE difference in the way the 9300 fits on my wrist.
I fitted the adjustable clasp to my medium size SMPc
Last edited by fskywalker; April 7th, 2017 at 01:27.
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