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

    For anyone reading this thread in the future seeking details on fitting one of these micro-adjustable clasps to a Sword hand style Seamaster Professional with Speedy style bracelet (e.g. 2254 or similar), check out https://forums.watchuseek.com/f20/mic...a-4483857.html for additional details and pictures.
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    Re: What Omega watches have people used adjustable clasp 117STZ001154 on?

    Is it a direct fit for 212.30.41.20.03.001 ?

    Do you use the pins currently in the original bracelet?
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    I have seen lots of different posts all over with this topic. I just put
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    adjustable clasp Omega Part Number 117STZ001154 on my Seamaster Pro Ceramic yesterday, and I absolutly love how well it fits now. If everyone can, please post a picture of your watch with it's model number that your using that clasp on. I will start us out. Thanks to all.

    Omega Seamaster Professional 212.30.41.20.03.001

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Cauhauna View Post
    Is it a direct fit for 212.30.41.20.03.001 ?

    Do you use the pins currently in the original bracelet?
    It is. You remove the clasp and leave it's endlinks, and fit the 1154 or whichever clasp you choose to those endlinks. The pins and screws stay the same.
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    Re: What Omega watches have people used adjustable clasp 117STZ001154 on?

    I got my 4666 clasp fitted yesterday to replace the 1159 clasp.

    I'm really pleased with it, the strap seems to wrap around my wrist (about 6-3/4 inches circ.) much better.
    I've also got rid of the small half links, which I don't particularly like.

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    If anyone has a similar size wrist to me, the 4666 is the clasp I would recommend.
    It doesn't have as much adjustment as the 1159 or the 1154.
    But for my requirements, the amount of adjustment on the 4666 is still adequate.

    The 4666 does not have a dive extension like the 1159.
    But I was never going to use that anyway.

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    4666 Clasp

    I mentioned in a previous post that I didn't believe the exposed tines on the 4666 clasp would be an issue.
    You can see from the above photos, that the way the tines rest against your wrist is the same for both clasps.

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    The final photo demonstrates the difference in size between the 1159 claps (left), 4666 clasp (centre) and the original SMPc clasp (right).

    I'm a fan of the Seamaster 300MC, which I believe is fitted with the 1154 clasp as standard.
    If I ever purchase a 300MC, I'd seriously consider fitting a 4666 clasp to it.

    Apologies for the quality of some of the photos.

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

    Check out https://forums.watchuseek.com/f20/117...a-4492833.html for some more details on the smaller clasp.
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    Re: What Omega watches have people used adjustable clasp 117STZ001154 on?

    I ordered one at my AD to fit on my 2531.80. Finally a bracelet that can be adjusted!
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    Re: What Omega watches have people used adjustable clasp 117STZ001154 on?

    What's the difference between all the types of end links/saddle links available?

    There's the 0118ST1589, the 118STZ004975 and 0118STZ000015.

    Without actually working for Omega and having their parts database I have no idea what the differences are, I just know these types all exist.
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    Re: What Omega watches have people used adjustable clasp 117STZ001154 on?

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    What's the difference between all the types of end links/saddle links available?

    There's the 0118ST1589, the 118STZ004975 and 0118STZ000015.

    Without actually working for Omega and having their parts database I have no idea what the differences are, I just know these types all exist.
    I won't comment on the particular part numbers that you've referred to, but rather generally. They're to suit different styles of bracelets - i.e. the Bond Seamaster style or the Speedmaster style. If you read through this thread (it does now have 23 pages of information, pictures and URLs to even more contained in it) it is well identified which particular one you need for which bracelet (therefore you won't need to work for Omega and have access to their parts database).
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    Quote Originally Posted by twr7cx View Post
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    What's the difference between all the types of end links/saddle links available?

    There's the 0118ST1589, the 118STZ004975 and 0118STZ000015.

    Without actually working for Omega and having their parts database I have no idea what the differences are, I just know these types all exist.
    I won't comment on the particular part numbers that you've referred to, but rather generally. They're to suit different styles of bracelets - i.e. the Bond Seamaster style or the Speedmaster style. If you read through this thread (it does now have 23 pages of information, pictures and URLs to even more contained in it) it is well identified which particular one you need for which bracelet (therefore you won't need to work for Omega and have access to their parts database).
    The one generally everyone used on the Speedmaster is the 0118ST1589, I think it originally came from a Speedmaster MK2. I know one of the other two is off a Planet Ocean.

    They're all finished/polished slightly different and I've heard someone before say that the 0118ST1589 doesn't actually match the Speedmaster properly but everyone uses it anyway.
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    Re: What Omega watches have people used adjustable clasp 117STZ001154 on?

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    The one generally everyone used on the Speedmaster is the 0118ST1589, I think it originally came from a Speedmaster MK2. I know one of the other two is off a Planet Ocean.

    They're all finished/polished slightly different and I've heard someone before say that the 0118ST1589 doesn't actually match the Speedmaster properly but everyone uses it anyway.
    IIRC, the 0117STZ001589 links are also from the Seamaster 300 Master Coaxial (just like the 1154 clasp is from the 300MC). They may be the same parts as those that come on the Speedy MkII.

    But I know for a fact that when I did the clasp for my Ti Planet Ocean I had my OB order the parts from the Ti 300MC, not from the Speedy MkII because I didn't want steel links and clasp. They threw out the packaging, so i don't have the Ti link number, but the clasp is an 0117TIZ001151.

    The 0117STZ001589 links worked on my 42mm Planet Ocean 2500 to allow me to use the 1154 clasp. The same links also helped me convert the 1610/930 to use the 1154 clasp, but I moved the links over to my Planet Ocean and put the OEM Bond bracelet on the SMPc with the 1154 clasp as a direct bolt-on and no extra links needed.

    NOTE - I copied a post by GTTIME earlier this year saying that these 1589 links work on the Speedy Pro in order to add the adjustable clasp as well (I saved a text clipping on my Mac of his comments on Feb 13, 2017). Another person confirmed around the same time that this worked on his Speedy Pro 311.30.42.30.01.005 (I saved the content of his post, but not his name).

    Another person wrote that they used a different 0118STZ000015 link ($64 each) to adapt the 1154 clasp ($117) to his Speedy Pro. I'm attaching the photo that he included in his post (again, I saved the content for future use, but not the links or the persons name).

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