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

    Quote Originally Posted by armybuck041 View Post
    The connecting or saddle links came from a Seamaster 300 bracelet. Part Number for the bracelet is STZ001145 but I've also read bracelet 020STZ000768 is also for the SM300. Either way, my donor bracelet was STZ001145. I do not have the Part Number for the connecting/saddle links themselves as I bought the complete bracelet (I know, I'm crazy).

    As for the fit, technically the SM300 link is approx 0.5mm wider than the AT link. I used a very thin bit of plastic (from the Omega package actually) in between the two on either side in order to keep the link centred. For practical purposes, you cannot see the plastic or any gaps during regular wear. I'm as OCD as it comes when you're talking about these things, and the result very workable and so much better than the butterfly.








    The end link for the SM300 is 118STZ001150
    Just confirmed with my local dealership and have them on order

    Will attempt to retrofit 117STZ001154 clasp on to my Aqua Terra 15000 Gauss (ref. 231.10.42.21.01.002). Pictures and confirmation to come once I have it done.

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

    i have just finished the update on an old Bond ChronoDiver: 2599.50, 1504/826 bracelet.

    This is the old style bracelet with pins and collars link attachment.

    The parts I needed were:

    117STZ001154 Clasp (or 1159 if you want the divers extension)
    118ST1515 Connection links (qty=2)
    124ST3307 Screws (qty=4)
    128ST0243 Pin for 20mm (qty=2)

    You need the extra pins and screws because the clasp comes with none.

    I did not read the full thread but there's a point that I think was not mentioned.

    Naturally, you attach the connection links to the clasp with the provided (with the links) pin and screws.

    Then you attach the connection links to the original links of the bracelet using the new pin and screws, but you need to put the old collars in the original links anyway, otherwise the hole is too large for the pin and there will be too much play.

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    The new pin will friction fit inside the old collars without problems, you will have to hammer it in as usual, and press it further in to make room for the screw to thread in. The new pins are shorter than the old ones to allow for this. Keep in mind that the new pin will NOT "click" in position, as it does not have the groove the old pins have. You need to push it in either until it bottoms against the "bottom" screw at the opposite side (which you should install first) or at least enough for the "top" screw to catch the thread. Then the screw itself will push the pin further in as you screw it tight.

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    I found this out while doing my mod, so I thought it would be worth mentioning.

    I like the update very much. It is true that the clasp is much thicker than the original, but the ChronoDiver is a chunky watch anyway, I think it looks great !

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    Now I'm awaiting the delivery of the parts to do the upgrade on my SpeedyPro ApolloXV 35th....
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    @ #353...

    GREAT post "Blackdog"! Awesome info & pics. Very helpful indeed.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by dr.tran View Post
    The end link for the SM300 is 118STZ001150
    Just confirmed with my local dealership and have them on order

    Will attempt to retrofit 117STZ001154 clasp on to my Aqua Terra 15000 Gauss (ref. 231.10.42.21.01.002). Pictures and confirmation to come once I have it done.
    I am looking forward to reading about and seeing the results. Hopefully this can be accomplished without too much jury-rigging as I'd very much like to own an AT on bracelet, but a non-adjustable clasp is a showstopper for me.

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

    Can't seem to make post with pictures. Says pending moderator approval.

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

    Since I can't seem to post pictures or link.
    I uploaded a video on youtube: U43Lmk7_xRE

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

    Quote Originally Posted by dr.tran View Post
    Since I can't seem to post pictures or link.
    I uploaded a video on youtube: U43Lmk7_xRE
    Nice job on that. I think I follow what you did from the video. What were your total costs on this? And do you think a small washer or something could be put on either side of the center link around the pin to deal with that gap and keep it from sliding?

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    I did do measurements for a potential washer but it would be very small and thin. My partner is an engineer so I'm going to see if her lab can laser cut some out of thin metal sheets. Will see if that works and report back. The gap isn't enough to bother me since the clasp benefit outweighs the look. My Aqua Terra is also pretty beat up from being daily worn through all kinds of conditions so the gap the the least unsightly part of the watch right now.

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

    Have you got any close up pictures of the clasp on the Aqua Terra?


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