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

    I'm 98.5% sure it will fit. :) I believe that 1504/826 bracelet is only different in that the endlinks at the watch head are slightly bigger because of the chrono being thicker. Other than that the bracelets are the same.

    You need these to connect the clasp and links to the old bracelet: 2 extra pins and 4 extra end screws with the part numbers as follows: 0128ST0166 x2 (pins) and 0124ST3307 x4 (screws).

    You need these for the clasp part:

    Adjustment clasp: 0117STZ001154 (6 adjustments, no diver's extension)

    End links (need 2): 0118ST1515

    What he's not understanding is that you need the additional parts mentioned above to connect to the existing old bracelet, not just the clasp. I suspect you might have better luck getting help if you have an Omega Boutique near you.

    Good luck.
    Last edited by Rice and Gravy; December 20th, 2018 at 20:41.

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

    @Rice and Gravy- thanks- great summary on what is required. Man, I hope you're right and this works. I am in Canada and they have everything else but NOT the endlinks, which will take a few weeks to come from Switzerland (retail ~ $50 USD each). So I will be out ~$100 USD for the endlinks, plus the cost of screws and pins and clasp if this DOESN'T work. Sure would have been great to hear from someone that has tried to fit the adjustable clasp on the older Bond SMP Chronograph- oh well... Wish me luck!

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

    You'll be fine! (99% sure now) :)

    btw the way the endlinks/clasp are attached to each other and then attached to the old bracelet is by a smaller pin that slides through, and then 2 smalls screws are put in on each side in order to secure the pin in place.
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    Re: What Omega watches have people used adjustable clasp 117STZ001154 on?

    I purchased and installed the shorter clasp and took it off immediately on my 2254.50. As much as I longed to have the adjustable nature, that stock clasp is so amazing in that it follows the lines of the links that I couldn't live with the chunkier clasp. I lost money selling if, but in the end I have total peace of mind now, even if I don't have adjustability.


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

    It does add a bit of chunk and heft, and I hadn't really noticed that that until I had the 2254 with it and 2541 without. But I find both are super comfortable. I really didn't think I'd be keeping the Bond on the Bond bracelet, but I've found I quite like it. Surprisingly. The added bulk for the clasp is something I'll live with since my wrist size varies so much (and I'm so picky), that I've found I really can't wear a bracelet that doesn't have the "on-the-fly" adjustment.

    For those installing themselves, make sure you have tweezers to set the screws in place and a small eyeglass/jewelry flat head screw driver.

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

    Love the adjustable clasp! I did this mod to my 2254.50 and now gone planet ocean






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

    Currently waiting to get mine for my 2254. I love the stock clasp, but I just can't get it to fit right without any form of micro adjustment.
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    Re: What Omega watches have people used adjustable clasp 117STZ001154 on?

    ^ You will love it and it makes the 2254 the perfect watch I think. I've ultimately decided the Bond bracelet just isn't for me and am selling the 0117STZ001154 clasp and necessary connections to a Bond bracelet. Gonna stick with straps on the 2541.

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

    Hello once again, all. Don't mean to side track this excellent discussion, but what parts will be required to install this amazing clasp to a 44mm SMP Chrono (212.30.44.50.01.001)? I have this same clasp and the different parts for my 2 42mm Omegas, and I am now purchasing a 44mm Chrono to add to my "not ready for the current gen" collection of Omegas.

    I am using my "dumb phone" to post this question from the field, as I can not search for previous entries about the 212.30.44.50.01.001 and this particular clasp. Many thanks in advance!

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    Is this 44mm SMP Chrono (212.30.44.50.01.001) also known as the "Bond Chrono"? Would it be considered an old version or new (at least before the "newer" Master Chrono version)? THX again!
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