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

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    Part numbers are as follows with the number in parentheses being the needed quantity to order. Just found the hard way that the endlinks only come with one pin and two screws so you will need to order two additional pins and four extra screws. Learned this today as I was putting it together on my 42mm PO 2500d on,y to discover I didn't have enough screws. Back the the boutique.

    Endlinks - O118ST1589 (2)
    Pins - O128ST0166 (2)
    Screws - O124ST3307 (4)
    SOME INFO LEADING TO MY CURENT ISSUE - I've used these parts above with the 1154 clasp to convert my Planet Ocean 2500 42mm to adjustable, as well as converting a SMPc with 1610/930 bracelet that comes on the 2254.50 SMP. These extra parts were needed to attach the adjustable clasp to the 20>18mm tapered bracelets that used pin and barrel instead of screws. They should be parts from the SM300 MC, if I recall.

    I was also able to bolt the 1154 clasp directly onto my 20mm non-tapered SMP Bond bracelet. When I got the parts to convert my Ti Planet Ocean 8500 and 9300, I know used the Ti 1151 clasp, and I believe it was a direct bolt on for the 45mm Planet Ocean as well, which tapers 22>20mm.

    I think that I needed the connecting links for my 42mm Ti Planet Ocean. My OB can't tell me what links they used, but I think these are also what I need to put the clasp on my Ti X-33 bracelet. Both bracelets taper from 20mm > 18mm. They can't find the links in their system.

    MY PROBLEM - recently I was trying to get the OB to order the links, pins, and screws to add my last remaining 1151 adjustable Ti clasp to my Ti Speedmaster X-33, and I said that I wanted the "Titanium equivalent of the 1589 links". They couldn't find the 1589 links in their system anymore!

    They got me 0118TI1574 links, and they don't come close to fitting the 1151 clasp onto my 20>18mm tapered Speedy-style bracelet. They belong to a watch with a much wider center link on the oyster style Planet Ocean bracelet, than what is on the Speedy-style bracelet.

    PLEASE HELP

    (1) DOES SOMEONE KNOW THE PART NUMBER FOR THE LINKS THAT I NEED TO ATTACH THE TI 0117TIZ001151 CLASP TO MY TI Speedmaster X-33 BRACELET?

    (2) It would be the Ti equivalent of the links on the Speedmaster Mark II, right?

    (3) Can you point me somewhere that can order them or sell me them?

    Otherwise I'd need to use the 1589 steel links to attach my 1151 clasp to my X-33, right? But my OB can't find the 0118ST1589 in his system to order. Did Omega remove the 1589 and the Ti equivalent from their order system so that nobody can do this mod anymore?
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    ROLEX * Pepsi GMT Master II 126710 * Rolex SubC Hulk * SD43
    OTHER * Grand Seiko SBGX115 * Hamilton Harrison Ford Chrono * DOXA Poseidon LE * Bulova Moon x2 * Victorinox Dive Master 500 x3 * Luminox Atacama 1842+1923 & Colormark x3 * Red Bull Formula 1 * Seiko Astron GPS, Prospex LE/PADI, SKX007/009/173 * Citizen Ti Perpetual Cal x2 +300M Diver x3 * DLC Apple Watch * Egard Passages * Casio ProTrek Solar x2 * Commander 300 * NTH Sub x2
    SOLD * Omega AT Skyfall, MC, 2503.33, Great White GMT & SMP Mid * Rolex Sub Hulk,
    SubC ND, 16800, TT Sub, Polar Exp x3, black Exp II, Yachmaster * GMT II Coke & BLNR * Nomos Midnight Orion stolen * Omega CK-2998LE * Silver Snoopy Award LE * POLMLE & 2201.51 * TAG Classic 2K * SMPc * GSOTM#2 * Speedy 3513.30

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

    OK, so I go to my geographic OMEGA A.D. here in VA (F***'s Jewelers) to place a special order for the clasp, endlinks, pins, and screws and I (basically) get told to kick rocks & pound sand...

    The Employee tells me that A.D.s are being told NOT to order/sell OMEGA parts without knowing what the watch's serial number is, what the potential problem is, and what the parts are going to be used for or on.

    This is to prevent Owners from creating their own, individual, non-standard time pieces that are customized (i.e. changing out clasps, links, bezels, etc.), as well as to influence potential Buyers to purchase new time-pieces and not to just purchase "newer"/different parts for older watches.

    I got the notion that the Employee was either lazy or was just trying a bit too hard to drum up a sale. While I can see the point from a sales' point of view and for potential "Frankenstein" OMEGAs out there for resale or servicing, it is still my watch and my $$$. I'll be contacting another A.D. by this Friday with my parts order (and NOT returning to "F***'s").
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    Re: What Omega watches have people used adjustable clasp 117STZ001154 on?

    Sorry for double-post (see previous post). THX.
    Last edited by Airborne6176; June 19th, 2018 at 23:17. Reason: Double-post...
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    Re: What Omega watches have people used adjustable clasp 117STZ001154 on?

    Quote Originally Posted by Airborne6176 View Post
    OK, so I go to my geographic OMEGA A.D. here in VA (F***'s Jewelers) to place a special order for the clasp, endlinks, pins, and screws and I (basically) get told to kick rocks & pound sand...

    The Employee tells me that A.D.s are being told NOT to order/sell OMEGA parts without knowing what the watch's serial number is, what the potential problem is, and what the parts are going to be used for or on.

    This is to prevent Owners from creating their own, individual, non-standard time pieces that are customized (i.e. changing out clasps, links, bezels, etc.), as well as to influence potential Buyers to purchase new time-pieces and not to just purchase "newer"/different parts for older watches.

    I got the notion that the Employee was either lazy or was just trying a bit too hard to drum up a sale. While I can see the point from a sales' point of view and for potential "Frankenstein" OMEGAs out there for resale or servicing, it is still my watch and my $$$. I'll be contacting another A.D. by this Friday with my parts order (and NOT returning to "F***'s").
    Call Rob or Andrea at Topper Jewelers (a forum sponsor). That's where a lot of WUSOF members have been getting their clasps and other parts.
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    Re: What Omega watches have people used adjustable clasp 117STZ001154 on?

    Can Do, and WILCO. MNY THX!

    UPDATE:

    Order is now placed with Topper Jewelers w/o any problems whatsoever for the clasp, endlinks, pins, and screws.

    Great Staff there with awesome Customer Service, and very knowledgeable & friendly. Thanks for the recommendation!
    Last edited by Airborne6176; June 21st, 2018 at 03:59. Reason: Update; Order(s) made
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    Re: What Omega watches have people used adjustable clasp 117STZ001154 on?

    Quote Originally Posted by geowcm View Post
    That's what I did on my 2252.50. Thanks to Francisco for selling me the clasp and parts and arranging to ship to HK (OB here said no).

    Attachment 11723090
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    Would you let me know the part #'s you needed? I too have that exact size (2254.50) and want that clasp. Thanks in advance.

    David

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Dec1968 View Post
    Would you let me know the part #'s you needed? I too have that exact size (2254.50) and want that clasp. Thanks in advance.

    David
    To install the 1154 clasp onto either a 2254.50 or a 42mm Planet Ocean 2500 you use the same parts.

    Clasp - 0117TIZ001154
    Endlinks - O118ST1589 (2)
    Pins - O128ST0166 (2)
    Screws - O124ST3307 (4)

    The old clasp and the link attached to each side of the old clasp will stay together, unused, along with the pins that were used to attached the old parts to the bracelet.

    You'll attach the new links onto the new adjustable clasp (which comes with screws), and install that onto the old bracelet using the spare screws and pins.
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    OMEGA * Grey Side of the Moon * Ti PO 8500 & 9300 * PO LM LE * X-33 Solar Impulse LE * Speedy Tuesday LE * SMPc Chrono * Speedmaster Pro 861, 3570.50+3572.50 x2 * Ti SMP Chrono 2298.80 * SMP Bond * WatchCo SM300 * '62 Seamaster DeVille x2
    ROLEX * Pepsi GMT Master II 126710 * Rolex SubC Hulk * SD43
    OTHER * Grand Seiko SBGX115 * Hamilton Harrison Ford Chrono * DOXA Poseidon LE * Bulova Moon x2 * Victorinox Dive Master 500 x3 * Luminox Atacama 1842+1923 & Colormark x3 * Red Bull Formula 1 * Seiko Astron GPS, Prospex LE/PADI, SKX007/009/173 * Citizen Ti Perpetual Cal x2 +300M Diver x3 * DLC Apple Watch * Egard Passages * Casio ProTrek Solar x2 * Commander 300 * NTH Sub x2
    SOLD * Omega AT Skyfall, MC, 2503.33, Great White GMT & SMP Mid * Rolex Sub Hulk,
    SubC ND, 16800, TT Sub, Polar Exp x3, black Exp II, Yachmaster * GMT II Coke & BLNR * Nomos Midnight Orion stolen * Omega CK-2998LE * Silver Snoopy Award LE * POLMLE & 2201.51 * TAG Classic 2K * SMPc * GSOTM#2 * Speedy 3513.30

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

    Please forgive me if I missed this as I read through the whole thread:

    Does the clasp 117STZ001154 or 117STZ004666 work on a Speedmaster bracelet (1998/849) with pins and collars? I have seen multiple pictures of them working with the newest bracelets with the screws, but I wasn't sure if they screws would fit the holes on the older links.

    Also, do the endlinks 118ST1589 come with the pins (or screws) that are needed for sure. I have seen people post part numbers for them as well implying that you also have to buy those to make everything work.

    Thanks for the help! I don't know why every watch doesn't come with adjustable clasps like that!

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

    Double Post... stupid work computer.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Viperguy7 View Post
    Please forgive me if I missed this as I read through the whole thread:

    Does the clasp 117STZ001154 or 117STZ004666 work on a Speedmaster bracelet (1998/849) with pins and collars? I have seen multiple pictures of them working with the newest bracelets with the screws, but I wasn't sure if they screws would fit the holes on the older links.

    Also, do the endlinks 118ST1589 come with the pins (or screws) that are needed for sure. I have seen people post part numbers for them as well implying that you also have to buy those to make everything work.

    Thanks for the help! I don't know why every watch doesn't come with adjustable clasps like that!
    This isn't the only WUSOF thread on the new clasps ... not by a long shot. And use on a Speedmaster has been well covered. Check out some of these other threads:

    https://www.google.com/search?q=watc...w=1359&bih=731
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