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

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    So does anyone know the end links and clasp number I’ll need to get this to fit my Po2500 45mm? I saw some pictures of receipts with part numbers but just want to make sure it’s for the 2500 45mm application
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    Re: What Omega watches have people used adjustable clasp 117STZ001154 on?

    Has anyone gotten it to work on the 1589 PO bracelet?


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

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    Has anyone gotten it to work on the 1589 PO bracelet?


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    Yes I believe you just need the endlinks to adapt to that bracelet. Look back through the thread I’m sure it’s posted here.

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    I have read through the thread and may have missed it, but does anyone know if there is a clasp that fits the smpc mid size? Ref no 212.30.36.20.01.002

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

    URGENT, Please Help...

    I need to know if there is any way to successfully install the Adjustable Clasp on the L.E. LM PO 222.30.42.20.01.001? What parts will I need?

    MNY THX in advance!
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    Re: What Omega watches have people used adjustable clasp 117STZ001154 on?

    URGENT, Please Help...

    I need to know if there is any way to successfully install the Adjustable Clasp on the L.E. LM PO 222.30.42.20.01.001? What parts will I need?

    MNY THX in advance!
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    Re: What Omega watches have people used adjustable clasp 117STZ001154 on?

    Quote Originally Posted by Airborne6176 View Post
    URGENT, Please Help...

    I need to know if there is any way to successfully install the Adjustable Clasp on the L.E. LM PO 222.30.42.20.01.001? What parts will I need?

    MNY THX in advance!
    You need the 1154 or 1159 clasp (1159 is the more recent, designed for diving). Since you've got a Gen1 PO with pin-and-collar, you'll also need the saddle links that connect the clasp to the bracelet. The part numbers should be in this thread, or in one of the other threads in WUSOF on the same subject.
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    Re: What Omega watches have people used adjustable clasp 117STZ001154 on?

    Quote Originally Posted by Airborne6176 View Post
    URGENT, Please Help...

    I need to know if there is any way to successfully install the Adjustable Clasp on the L.E. LM PO 222.30.42.20.01.001? What parts will I need?

    MNY THX in advance!
    Hi Airborne6176

    As iinsic mentions above, I also previously used the 117STZ001154 micro-adjustable clasp attached to my 42mm 2500 PO.

    I did this by using :

    2) the 8500 links to attach clasp to 2500 bracelet (need two, obviously): 0018ST1589 x 2.

    3) the 8500-style bars ("pins"?) to replace the 2500 friction push-pins at the bracelet side of the clasp (again, need two) 0028ST0166 x 2, and

    4) four of the tiny 8500-style screws to hold the pins inside the bracelet /clasp link: 0124ST3307 x 4

    Used it like that for about 6 months. Terrific difference to fit & comfort.

    However, & here's the best part : last September I was lucky enough to purchase another, 10 years newer 42mm 2500 PO from another forum member.
    He had already fitted it with a 8500/852 bracelet (all modern screw type), and by using some 952-type adaptor end-pieces & attached it directly to the micro-adjustable clasp without needing any adaptor links etc. I realised this is a much more elegant solution.

    I got an almost new PO 8500 bracelet via the forum (but couldn't find the 'adaptor endlinks' anywhere). I had read in a couple of places on here that the 8500 PO bracelets' end-links are not quite perfect on the 2500 PO, apparently pretty good but the height not precisely the exact same exact as the lugs (maybe 1/2 mm to tall or low?)

    So, I used my original 2500 bracelet's 952 end links from my original 2006 PO (fits perfectly), & now the 8500 bracelet fits to both the watch head & bracelet exactly.

    Now I have modern 8500 bracelets on both my 42mm 2500 POs - and none of the fiddly and difficult friction push-pin type connectors or adapter links for either watch.

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    Hope some of that might be useful to you...

    Good luck whichever way you add your micro-adjustable clasp!
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    Re: What Omega watches have people used adjustable clasp 117STZ001154 on?

    AWESOME replies and info, Gents! Very helpful feedback and comms that is greatly appreciated.

    I want the new clasp on my LM PO, PLUS, I would also like to have a more "modern" bracelet that does NOT taper down to a thinner width like the original bracelet does. I prefer the entire bracelet (& newer clasp) to be the same width as the end links.

    Question now is if the parts that "CyberCat" mentioned above will accomplish this task and are these parts readily available to order from a local OMEGA Boutique?

    THX again, and "Happy Father's Day" to all out there!
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    Re: What Omega watches have people used adjustable clasp 117STZ001154 on?

    Quote Originally Posted by Airborne6176 View Post
    AWESOME replies and info, Gents! Very helpful feedback and comms that is greatly appreciated.

    I want the new clasp on my LM PO, PLUS, I would also like to have a more "modern" bracelet that does NOT taper down to a thinner width like the original bracelet does. I prefer the entire bracelet (& newer clasp) to be the same width as the end links.

    Question now is if the parts that "CyberCat" mentioned above will accomplish this task and are these parts readily available to order from a local OMEGA Boutique?

    THX again, and "Happy Father's Day" to all out there!
    There is no non-tapered PO bracelet. The closest you will get is with the Gen3 PO, which tapers from 19mm to 18mm on the 39.5mm (the 43.5mm tapers from 21mm to 18mm).

    The only bracelet that is non-tapered is the SMP "Bond" bracelet, which might look a bit odd with the PO (but not necessarily). The problem there will be fitting it to the PO, and that likely will require modification of a Bond endlink to fit the PO case. Remember that the Bond bracelet is 20mm overall, so it will be the same lug width as the POLMLE. And it will accommodate the 1159 clasp, since the clasp is actually 20mm wide. But modifying a Bond endlink to fit a PO will require some serious skills.
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