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

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

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    Can anyone confirm that these are the parts needed to add the 6 adjustment, non-wetsuit extension clasp to the old style Bond SMP bracelet?

    Adjustment clasp: 0117STZ001154

    End links (need 2): 0118ST1515

    Plus the screws and pins.

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    Correct, those are the exact part numbers I ordered for my 1st gen Bond SMP. Note that when giving the part numbers to the Omega rep/AD, omit the 0 at the beginning of the part numbers for the clasp and connecting links. You'll need 2 extra pins and 4 extra screws with the part numbers as follows: 0128ST0166 (pins) and 0124ST3307 (screws).

    If you want the longer clasp with the built in dive-suit extension then the part number is: 117STZ001159. This is the clasp found on the new SMP 300M models.
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    Re: What Omega watches have people used adjustable clasp 117STZ001154 on?

    I have the clasp coming to my Pittsburgh OB. But it is taking forever... for SMPc.
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    Re: What Omega watches have people used adjustable clasp 117STZ001154 on?

    Quote Originally Posted by RTea View Post
    Correct, those are the exact part numbers I ordered for my 1st gen Bond SMP. Note that when giving the part numbers to the Omega rep/AD, omit the 0 at the beginning of the part numbers for the clasp and connecting links. You'll need 2 extra pins and 4 extra screws with the part numbers as follows: 0128ST0166 (pins) and 0124ST3307 (screws).

    If you want the longer clasp with the built in dive-suit extension then the part number is: 117STZ001159. This is the clasp found on the new SMP 300M models.

    Thanks for the confirmation. Lucky enough that my OB will throw in the pins and screws and install it for free.

    Quote Originally Posted by TreiseYustiel View Post
    I have the clasp coming to my Pittsburgh OB. But it is taking forever... for SMPc.
    Yeah, mine is telling me not to expect it until after the New Year due to the Holidays.

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

    I was pleasantly surprised to get an email from my OB that the parts were in and I picked them up last night. Unlike last time for my 2254.50, they were unwilling to install them. According to them they've been told not to install any parts like this on the old bracelets anymore for fear of the parts failing after install and being blamed for the watch falling off the wrist. Anyway, I was fine with that, I can do it myself.

    The clasp and endlinks were $211 total and they included the pins and screws gratis. I also grabbed the latest issue of Omega Lifetime magazine while there. And of course I had to check out the ATs they had on hand. :)
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    Re: What Omega watches have people used adjustable clasp 117STZ001154 on?

    Quote Originally Posted by Rice and Gravy View Post
    I was pleasantly surprised to get an email from my OB that the parts were in and I picked them up last night. Unlike last time for my 2254.50, they were unwilling to install them. According to them they've been told not to install any parts like this on the old bracelets anymore for fear of the parts failing after install and being blamed for the watch falling off the wrist. Anyway, I was fine with that, I can do it myself.

    The clasp and endlinks were $211 total and they included the pins and screws gratis. I also grabbed the latest issue of Omega Lifetime magazine while there. And of course I had to check out the ATs they had on hand. :)
    That seems crappy they wouldn't put it on for you.

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

    I have an Omega Seamaster Chrono 2225.80 and went to order the adjustable clasp 0117STZ001154. My AD says it will NOT fit on the older Bond chronos. I guess the pins (versus screws with the newer SMP bracelet) create the problem with end links not being able to attach on either side of the bracelet to the adjustable clasp. Has anyone been able to get the adjustable clasp to fit on the older Bond chronos? 2225.80; 2599.80; 2598.80; etc. Thanks!

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

    Quote Originally Posted by AbsoluteMustard View Post
    That seems crappy they wouldn't put it on for you.
    Eh, I get it, they don't want to risk failure and being blamed for it.
    Quote Originally Posted by Suttsy View Post
    I have an Omega Seamaster Chrono 2225.80 and went to order the adjustable clasp 0117STZ001154. My AD says it will NOT fit on the older Bond chronos. I guess the pins (versus screws with the newer SMP bracelet) create the problem with end links not being able to attach on either side of the bracelet to the adjustable clasp. Has anyone been able to get the adjustable clasp to fit on the older Bond chronos? 2225.80; 2599.80; 2598.80; etc. Thanks!
    The watch itself should not matter, it's the bracelet its going on that is key. Do you know the bracelet code for bracelet you have? If it's the regular bond bracelet it will fit, you just need the extra 2 pins and screws to attach the extra links to the old bracelet. See a few posts up for all the parts you need. Its not just the clasp, but 2 end links too and pins/screws to attach them. Good luck.

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

    @Rice and Gravy- thanks so much for the response, however, my AD is telling me the older Bond Chrono (2225.80; 2599.80, etc.) just won't fit with the adjustable clasp, in that the adjustable clasp can ONLY go with the bracelets that use screws, not pins. *For reference purposes, my bracelet code is 1504/826 if that helps. Any ideas?? Thanks!

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

    ...in fact, check out this link where the same discussion was going on. If you look at the bottom of first page, there is a pic of an older black 2254.50 Seamaster with the Bond bracelet (effectively making it a 2054.50). He has done the adjustable clasp, however, check out that bracelet- if you look towards where the bracelet meets the lugs, there are screws there, not pins- so this guy is using a newer Bond bracelet, not the original one (pins only, no screws) that would have come with the 2054.50. So maybe there IS no way to do this with the older Bond pin-only bracelets... Look forward to any helpful comments- thanks! **Oops- tried to paste the link below, but it won't let me- system gave the following message (sorry):

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