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

    Quote Originally Posted by rweaves6 View Post
    Thanks again for responding. I understand what you are saying but I've now had two Omega Boutiques tell me it can't be done and I just received the following email from Omega Canada:
    You can't really blame Omega. They made a clasp that will fit every other screw-and-pin dive watch they make, and ADs can provide that clasp for ~US$120. Why would anyone buy a new Omega when they can retrofit the clasp to their older Seamasters? The EU ADs have long been forbidden from providing these accessories, and I'm sure the North American ADs have been told the same ... not that they have to listen.

    Ask Omega and they will tell you it can't be done. But it can be, and has been, done. I personally have read the posts (and seen the photos) of other WUSOF members who did this modification (as well as those with Speedy bracelets who also needed different saddle links). I know the information is in one of the threads on WUSOF dealing with these clasps. I just don't know which thread, or which post. But I'm not the one with the older watch, so I'm not going to spend hours searching for that information. I can only tell you that it is there for the finding.

    If you really don't want to retrofit the new clasp to your Gen1 PO, then keep asking Omega if it is possible.
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    Re: What Omega watches have people used adjustable clasp 117STZ001154 on?

    I did it to my PO 42mm 2500. It has four new life. Be warned. It spoils you. Love this clasp over the sub-c.


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

    I don’t recall which model the clasp is, but I think it is the longest one. I do wish I had purchased the next size smaller, but the adjustability is awesome. Purchased from the boutique in Vegas and the I installed and fit it while I waited.




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

    Quote Originally Posted by jbflyfisher View Post
    I don’t recall which model the clasp is
    You have the 1159 clasp. You need to open the dive suit extension and remove the plastic, then close the extension properly.
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    Re: What Omega watches have people used adjustable clasp 117STZ001154 on?

    Quote Originally Posted by iinsic View Post
    You have the 1159 clasp. You need to open the dive suit extension and remove the plastic, then close the extension properly.
    Just did it!
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    Re: What Omega watches have people used adjustable clasp 117STZ001154 on?

    Great thread, even if it is a bit long and disorganized.
    A table with watch name, watch model number, bracelet number, and working clasp and endlink numbers added to the first post would be nice.
    Just in case somebody is looking for the same information by bracelet number: this thread on timezone lists the parts needed for a 1958 bracelet (screw+pin style bracelet for newer Speedmaster Professionals, but also found on my Speedmaster co-axial, or 'MOONWATCH OMEGA CO-AXIAL CHRONOGRAPH 44.25 MM 311.30.44.51.01.002 Steel on steel', as Omega likes to call it):
    117STZ001154 +2* 118ST1589.

    I just ordered these parts from the Chicago Omega boutique.

    By the way, the staff there did not succeed in looking up the latest matching clasp or bracelet numbers for my watch. Apparently the omegacs.ch dealer/service website is just as slow and badly written (I doubt it's flash, but somebody did a damn good job emulating it...) as the customer web site omegawatches.com. Nevertheless, there must be some useful info on that site. Does anybody have an access code for the cs website they'd be willing to share?
    Cousins has some of the Omega technical notes available, but not all of them.
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    Re: What Omega watches have people used adjustable clasp 117STZ001154 on?

    I just had my 2254 upgraded with the 1599 clasp. Ordered my parts through UK based https://www.swisswatchspares.com/

    Not cheap, but seemed very knowledgeable on which parts to order specifically depending on the bracelet.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by tommyxl View Post
    I just had my 2254 upgraded with the 1599 clasp.
    Not familiar with that one. Or did you mean the 1159 clasp?
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    Re: What Omega watches have people used adjustable clasp 117STZ001154 on?

    Quote Originally Posted by tommyxl View Post
    I just had my 2254 upgraded with the 1599 clasp. Ordered my parts through UK based https://www.swisswatchspares.com/

    Not cheap, but seemed very knowledgeable on which parts to order specifically depending on the bracelet.
    Prices seem quite high. From my understanding, the 1159 clasp costs about $120 direct from Omega.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by raheelc View Post
    Prices seem quite high. From my understanding, the 1159 clasp costs about $120 direct from Omega.
    That's in the US. UK ADs are not even supposed to sell these parts, so you're essentially getting them on the black market. And prices on the black market will never be as reasonable. That's why it's the black market.
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