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    Watch-A-Doo

    After purchasing many, many watchbands, I have GOT to say
    that after owning my brushed 22mm for about 3 months now,
    I can't take the thing OFF.

    Really, this thing is amazing....NO Hair pull....Cleans with ease....

    If you don't own one GET IT !!!!!!!

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    Re: Watch-A-Doo

    +1 for watchadoo.. I have their bead blasted bracelet on 3 watches and love em.

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    Re: Watch-A-Doo

    I know everyone loves em but I thought the one i put on my SKX007 was uncomfortable. It pulled my hair occasionally too, which is annoying.

    It is well made though and will probably last a lifetime.

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    Re: Watch-A-Doo

    Quote Originally Posted by W123 View Post
    I know everyone loves em but I thought the one i put on my SKX007 was uncomfortable. It pulled my hair occasionally too, which is annoying.

    It is well made though and will probably last a lifetime.
    Don't know which version you have, but I put the long link combo version on my 009 and the new bracelet save the watch from the classifies section. Now it's become my favorite beater.

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    Re: Watch-A-Doo

    How about some pics fellas...?






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    Re: Watch-A-Doo

    Quote Originally Posted by max_stirling View Post
    Don't know which version you have, but I put the long link combo version on my 009 and the new bracelet save the watch from the classifies section. Now it's become my favorite beater.
    I have the shorter link lumpy one. I should have gotten that long link combo, very handsome design.

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    Re: Watch-A-Doo

    Got 2 (20 + 22 mm) and thinking on ordering another one (24 mm).
    Or I could even fit my DeVille GMT with 18 mm polished version..
    The lug size iz 19 tho.. :(

    And Frank is a great seller; he did me a favor once and I really appreciate that.

    And what about this one for 24 mm?

    http://www.bandfever.com/SSband/SSBrushed1.jpg

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    Seems just like Lumpy except lumpy is interpolated at 24 mm (lug end) and the rest of the bracelet is 22.
    Last edited by diaboliq; January 7th, 2009 at 13:01.

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    Re: Watch-A-Doo

    Here's a few pictures for those that have know idea what a Watchadoo bracelet is or looks like.




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    Re: Watch-A-Doo

    Here's a few Watchadoo shots. I can't match Shane's magnificent photography (+1 Shane ) but I'm learning. Watchadoos are about the best bang for your buck out there. I love 'em.










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    Re: Watch-A-Doo

    Hey Guido, that's a perfect match on the Luminox!

    I wear my OM on the Lumpy. Another perfect match, IMO:







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