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    Re: What Omega watches have people used adjustable clasp 117STZ001154 on?

    Hi. I've still yet to see an example of the adjustable clasp being fitted to a 2500 Aqua Terra (39.2mm.) Are there links that will adapt the clasp to this bracelet? Thanks!

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    Re: What Omega watches have people used adjustable clasp 117STZ001154 on?

    Great thread. Well done to all that have contributed to make it such a good resource to support the fitment of the micro adjustable clasp to a wide variety of models.

    Is anyone able to comment on the overall closed length of the 117STZ001154 or 117STZ001159 clasps compared to the 1610/930 clasp? From the pictures it looks as though they are a bit longer.
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    Re: What Omega watches have people used adjustable clasp 117STZ001154 on?

    Quote Originally Posted by twr7cx View Post
    Great thread. Well done to all that have contributed to make it such a good resource to support the fitment of the micro adjustable clasp to a wide variety of models.

    Is anyone able to comment on the overall closed length of the 117STZ001154 or 117STZ001159 clasps compared to the 1610/930 clasp? From the pictures it looks as though they are a bit longer.
    I'd say around 1-1.5cm longer than the clasp on the 1610.

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    What Omega watches have people used adjustable clasp 117STZ001154 on?

    Quote Originally Posted by twr7cx View Post
    Great thread. Well done to all that have contributed to make it such a good resource to support the fitment of the micro adjustable clasp to a wide variety of models.

    Is anyone able to comment on the overall closed length of the 117STZ001154 or 117STZ001159 clasps compared to the 1610/930 clasp? From the pictures it looks as though they are a bit longer.
    Visually the length of the 1154 clasp is about the same as shown below on my 18mm Speedy and Bond style bracelets from my medium size SMPc:







    When looking at actual sizes with a caliper the 1610/930 clasp measures almost 41.9mm when adding the overhang of the release knobs and 36.4mm without considering them:









    The 1154 clasp measures about 39mm:







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    What Omega watches have people used adjustable clasp 117STZ001154 on?

    As a follow-up to my own question purchased an 1159 adjustable clasp (model with the divers extension) and it measures 43.85mm so almost 5 mm longer than the 1154 clasp. (picture below). That's too long for my taste, so will stick to the 1154 clasp or perhaps try the shorter version (117STZ004666) if can source one through my OB.



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    Re: What Omega watches have people used adjustable clasp 117STZ001154 on?

    Quote Originally Posted by fskywalker View Post
    As a follow-up to my own question purchased an 1159 adjustable clasp (model with the divers extension and it measures 43.85mm so almost 5 mm longer than the 1154 clasp. (pictuee below). That's too long for my taste, so will stick to the 1154 clasp or perhaps try the shorter version (117STZ004666) if can source one through my OB.
    I should have realized that my 1159 was longer than the 1154, even though I had handled the 1154 only briefly in an OB. But there is one advantage: The 1159 is long enough for the tines of the clasp to fold almost completely into the clasp, as was the case with the Gen1 PO and pre-SMPc clasps. When the Gen2 PO came out, there was much wailing and gnashing of teeth over the shortened clasp and "external" tines that then pressed into the wrist.

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    Re: What Omega watches have people used adjustable clasp 117STZ001154 on?

    Quote Originally Posted by douglasf13 View Post
    Hi. I've still yet to see an example of the adjustable clasp being fitted to a 2500 Aqua Terra (39.2mm.) Are there links that will adapt the clasp to this bracelet? Thanks!
    I think same counts for any AT really , saddle links from SM300MC dont fit , only few fitting i saw was from PO saddle links, but i didnt like gap
    Ω Seamaster Aqua Terra 231.10.42.21.03.003

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    Re: What Omega watches have people used adjustable clasp 117STZ001154 on?

    Quote Originally Posted by iinsic View Post
    I should have realized that my 1159 was longer than the 1154, even though I had handled the 1154 only briefly in an OB. But there is one advantage: The 1159 is long enough for the tines of the clasp to fold almost completely into the clasp, as was the case with the Gen1 PO and pre-SMPc clasps. When the Gen2 PO came out, there was much wailing and gnashing of teeth over the shortened clasp and "external" tines that then pressed into the wrist.

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    I'm pleased to hear this. I bit the bullet and ordered the Ti version of the 1159 sight unseen for my TiPO GMT LM. Was sorta hoping that the clasp would do that.

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    What Omega watches have people used adjustable clasp 117STZ001154 on?

    41mm Aqua Terra Day Date:





    I ended up using connecting links from a Seamaster 300. There is a very small gap between the AT links and the SM300 connecting links on the order of 0.5mm or less. What I did was cut some strips of plastic (the plastic pouch that Omega ships parts in) and slid it between the links on each side and pushed a 0.5 screw driver through each side of the pin holes in the links to pierce the plastic. I then inserted the pins and screws like normal. Once screwed together I used a DE razor blade to trim away the excess plastic. While I went out of my way to capture the plastic spacers in the pics, you don't notice it all unless you are hunting for it.

    The result is a perfectly aligned connection between the links. The clasp doesn't detract from the dressier nature of the AT with PCLs. Heck even my DJII had a similar clasp when you really compare the two.
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    Re: What Omega watches have people used adjustable clasp 117STZ001154 on?

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    41mm Aqua Terra Day Date:





    I ended up using connecting links from a Seamaster 300. There is a very small gap between the AT links and the SM300 connecting links on the order of 0.5mm or less. What I did was cut some strips of plastic (the plastic pouch that Omega ships parts in) and slid it between the links on each side and pushed a 0.5 screw driver through each side of the pin holes in the links to pierce the plastic. I then inserted the pins and screws like normal. Once screwed together I used a DE razor blade to trim away the excess plastic. While I went out of my way to capture the plastic spacers in the pics, you don't notice it all unless you are hunting for it.

    The result is a perfectly aligned connection between the links. The clasp doesn't detract from the dressier nature of the AT with PCLs. Heck even my DJII had a similar clasp when you really compare the two.
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