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    What extras do I need for a P.O 2500 42mm and 9300 speedy?

    Hi, I'm happy that the 1154 clasp will fit both of my watches (I'm not bothered about the diver ext.) But I'm unsure as to what extras I may need-pins, screws & links? I realise that this enevitably has been covered in the past 22 pages but between my inability to digest many pages of numbers at the best of times and a 5 year old I'm having difficulty in seeing the woods for the tree's. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Manchester Trafford boutique has quoted me £85 for one despite going on eBay for £160!
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    Re: What extras do I need for a P.O 2500 42mm and 9300 speedy?

    Quote Originally Posted by andymartin045 View Post
    Hi, I'm happy that the 1154 clasp will fit both of my watches (I'm not bothered about the diver ext.) But I'm unsure as to what extras I may need-pins, screws & links? I realise that this enevitably has been covered in the past 22 pages but between my inability to digest many pages of numbers at the best of times and a 5 year old I'm having difficulty in seeing the woods for the tree's. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Manchester Trafford boutique has quoted me £85 for one despite going on eBay for £160!
    In what 2 watches do you want to use it?


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    Re: What extras do I need for a P.O 2500 42mm and 9300 speedy?

    [QUOTE=fskywalker;43777519]In what 2 watches do you want to use it?


    Hi I'm after a set up for both a P.O 2500 42mm and 9300 speedy, the model numbers are in my signature. From what I can work out for the
    P.O at least I need 2x clasp links, 1 clasp, 8 screws & 4 pins but I'm unsure as to the exact ref. nos. The boutiques won't help me as it's not a "recognised modification" as I was told twice on Saturday which irritated me no end.
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    Re: What Omega watches have people used adjustable clasp 117STZ001154 on?

    Quote Originally Posted by DocJekl View Post
    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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    I used the 0015 links on my Speedy Pro with the 1154 clasp and I think it's a much better combination. The 0015 links look a lot more organic to the bracelet and taper out towards the clasp for a more seamless transition. Those would definitely be the ones I recommend.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Iowa_Watchman View Post
    I used the 0015 links on my Speedy Pro with the 1154 clasp and I think it's a much better combination. The 0015 links look a lot more organic to the bracelet and taper out towards the clasp for a more seamless transition. Those would definitely be the ones I recommend.

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    Have you posted this elsewhere? I can't recall who else used the 0015 links, and hadn't seen anyone else post about them before.

    In my case, I have the 145.022 with 1171 bracelet so it won't help me right now, but I've considered buying a modern Speedy Pro bracelet that I can use on the older Moon or my Snoopy someday. So I try to save new info for future reference.
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    Re: What extras do I need for a P.O 2500 42mm and 9300 speedy?

    Quote Originally Posted by andymartin045 View Post
    The boutiques won't help me as it's not a "recognised modification" as I was told twice on Saturday which irritated me no end.
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    This is a directive from Omega to ALL UK boutiques. 99% of them are playing by the rules. The example of this Bond St gave me is 'what if you put it on your watch and lose it in the sea because it's not on the correct clasp'. They're frightened of comeback using wrong parts on the watches it's not made for. It's ridiculous, but that won't change anytime soon, and they'll ask you for the serial number so they know it's the right part for right watch if you call them up.

    That's why they're on Ebay for a premium.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by DocJekl View Post
    Have you posted this elsewhere? I can't recall who else used the 0015 links, and hadn't seen anyone else post about them before.

    In my case, I have the 145.022 with 1171 bracelet so it won't help me right now, but I've considered buying a modern Speedy Pro bracelet that I can use on the older Moon or my Snoopy someday. So I try to save new info for future reference.
    I can't remember if I posted about it or not. I know someone else did because that's who I got the info from. Absolutely loving the swap so far, it's perfect and everything looks great. Again, I think these are the end links to go with from an asthetic standpoint.

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

    Hi. I'm checking in again about my 39.2mm AT 2500, because I haven't seen an example, yet. Does anyone have any clarity as to whether any of these connecting links might work with my 1574/898 bracelet? I could get an old wave dial SMP bracelet (speedy style) for my AT, since I know that bracelet fits my watch, but I really want to stick with my fully-brushed, original AT bracelet.

    Heck, does anyone have a list of all the various end links? I could just buy them all and see if one fits. lol
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    Re: What Omega watches have people used adjustable clasp 117STZ001154 on?

    I've had mine on both my 2500 PO and my 2264 bracelet - total game changer. LOVE these clasps!
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    Re: What Omega watches have people used adjustable clasp 117STZ001154 on?

    Hello,

    Firstly thanks for all the info in this topic ! Very useful.
    I have a question, I've tried to search in multiple threads but found no answer.

    I have a speedmaster 372.50 with a 1498/840 bracelet, which is 20mm at the lugs and 16mm at the end.
    Do you think it is possible to install the "small" adjustable clasp STZ004666 to it ? If so, which end links do I need ?

    Thanks !
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