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    Dimensions for TT1 Diver where strap attaches to Case

    I have had an Oris TT1 Diver Date now for several years. Here is mine:
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    It still looks really good (at least I think it does) after about 5 years of being in my main rotation of watches. I only have a handful of watches and I like this one a lot still so it has seen a lot of daily wear.
    Here is another pic that shows a more professional pic of the watch in question:

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    When I first bought the watch I was planning on buying a Rubber Strap for it, but when I found out how expensive they were I just passed and have been wearing it on the SS ever since. Recently I have bought a few really nice leather and Alligator straps for some of my other watches and I got to thinking that I should have one made for this one as well.

    I could guess based on the end links of the SS bracelet, but I was wondering if someone that had a Genuine Rubber Strap for a TT1 Diver Date would measure a few dimensions for me where it connects to the case. I don't want to guess and be wrong. With this one, it has to be right or it will be a complete waste of money. Here are pics of the watch on Rubber and a pic of the Dimensions in Question.
    Name:  TT1 with Gen Rubber.jpg
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    So what I really need are:
    Dimension A = ?mm
    Dimension B = ?mm
    Dimension C = ?mm

    Thanks

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    Re: Dimensions for TT1 Diver where strap attaches to Case

    Quote Originally Posted by Nanook65 View Post
    I have had an Oris TT1 Diver Date now for several years. Here is mine:
    Name:  IMG_5449.JPG
Views: 109
Size:  2.12 MB

    It still looks really good (at least I think it does) after about 5 years of being in my main rotation of watches. I only have a handful of watches and I like this one a lot still so it has seen a lot of daily wear.
    Here is another pic that shows a more professional pic of the watch in question:

    Name:  TT1 on SS.jpg
Views: 101
Size:  44.8 KB

    When I first bought the watch I was planning on buying a Rubber Strap for it, but when I found out how expensive they were I just passed and have been wearing it on the SS ever since. Recently I have bought a few really nice leather and Alligator straps for some of my other watches and I got to thinking that I should have one made for this one as well.

    I could guess based on the end links of the SS bracelet, but I was wondering if someone that had a Genuine Rubber Strap for a TT1 Diver Date would measure a few dimensions for me where it connects to the case. I don't want to guess and be wrong. With this one, it has to be right or it will be a complete waste of money. Here are pics of the watch on Rubber and a pic of the Dimensions in Question.
    Name:  TT1 with Gen Rubber.jpg
Views: 101
Size:  45.2 KBName:  TT1 Diver Rubber Dims.jpg
Views: 92
Size:  133.3 KB

    So what I really need are:
    Dimension A = ?mm
    Dimension B = ?mm
    Dimension C = ?mm

    Thanks
    ref 4 24 24 a= 10mm b= 24mm and I don't know what c=is. You can find OEM straps and clasps on ebay. They also have affordable aftermarket ones. You can try the Oris website for your local AD. Good luck.

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    Re: Dimensions for TT1 Diver where strap attaches to Case

    Quote Originally Posted by Nanook65 View Post
    I have had an Oris TT1 Diver Date now for several years. Here is mine:
    Name:  IMG_5449.JPG
Views: 109
Size:  2.12 MB

    It still looks really good (at least I think it does) after about 5 years of being in my main rotation of watches. I only have a handful of watches and I like this one a lot still so it has seen a lot of daily wear.
    Here is another pic that shows a more professional pic of the watch in question:

    Name:  TT1 on SS.jpg
Views: 101
Size:  44.8 KB

    When I first bought the watch I was planning on buying a Rubber Strap for it, but when I found out how expensive they were I just passed and have been wearing it on the SS ever since. Recently I have bought a few really nice leather and Alligator straps for some of my other watches and I got to thinking that I should have one made for this one as well.

    I could guess based on the end links of the SS bracelet, but I was wondering if someone that had a Genuine Rubber Strap for a TT1 Diver Date would measure a few dimensions for me where it connects to the case. I don't want to guess and be wrong. With this one, it has to be right or it will be a complete waste of money. Here are pics of the watch on Rubber and a pic of the Dimensions in Question.
    Name:  TT1 with Gen Rubber.jpg
Views: 101
Size:  45.2 KBName:  TT1 Diver Rubber Dims.jpg
Views: 92
Size:  133.3 KB

    So what I really need are:
    Dimension A = ?mm
    Dimension B = ?mm
    Dimension C = ?mm

    Thanks
    My calipers read 5.3mm for c. Good luck.

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    Re: Dimensions for TT1 Diver where strap attaches to Case

    Thanks guys!
    I really appreciate the help. I will forge on in confidence now
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    Re: Dimensions for TT1 Diver where strap attaches to Case

    I understand that some of the custom strap makers also do rubber. If it's right that might be an option for you as well. A & B are the most important dimensions whereas C is less so because you can "bully" the strap if need be.
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    Re: Dimensions for TT1 Diver where strap attaches to Case

    In case you didn't know Nanook the lug pins in the DD are a friction fit and have to be punched out with vigour.
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    Re: Dimensions for TT1 Diver where strap attaches to Case

    Quote Originally Posted by sticky View Post
    In case you didn't know Nanook the lug pins in the DD are a friction fit and have to be punched out with vigour.
    Vigour, indeed!

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    Re: Dimensions for TT1 Diver where strap attaches to Case

    Quote Originally Posted by troyr1 View Post
    Vigour, indeed!
    I was just trying to think of a word that replaced "thrash like a rented mule" and "vigour" popped into my head
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    Re: Dimensions for TT1 Diver where strap attaches to Case

    Quote Originally Posted by sticky View Post
    I was just trying to think of a word that replaced "thrash like a rented mule" and "vigour" popped into my head
    Ha! The screw pins on the Aquis are a welcome upgrade!

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    Re: Dimensions for TT1 Diver where strap attaches to Case

    Quote Originally Posted by troyr1 View Post
    Ha! The screw pins on the Aquis are a welcome upgrade!
    Not many they aren't. I watched a vid on Friends of Oris once on how to remove them so the strap could be changed. It fair set my teeth on edge it had to be hammered so hard.
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