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    Homemade "spring bars" on my GMT homage

    One of my favorite watches I ever owned. It's a homage to literally one of hardest to get, most expensive, and wanted Rolex watches ever. It's even hard to get spring bars now, so I just took a butterfly paperclip clamp and made my own fixed bars.
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    Re: Homemade "spring bars" on my GMT homage

    Totally off-topic but who still uses flash for pics anymore?
    Well, I was standing on a corner in Winslow, AZ and Clara Oswald slowed down to take a look at me and my GS Tiffany SnowflakeTM...

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigSeikoFan View Post
    Totally off-topic but who still uses flash for pics anymore?
    Lol, I took pics in a dark room. Ambient daylight is better. Literally a topic was created in 5 minutes.

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    Re: Homemade "spring bars" on my GMT homage

    Ouch! How securely do think it will hold?
    Is it time for another coffee?

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    Re: Homemade "spring bars" on my GMT homage

    Is that a Rolex? A Tudor? I can't tell man...!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BonyWrists View Post
    Ouch! How securely do think it will hold?
    I give it's a few yanks with a strap on before I wear it. It goes by tension anyway. I did this to a G-Shock aswell. I rotate my straps and watches.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mui.richard View Post
    Is that a Rolex? A Tudor? I can't tell man...!
    Lol, it's $299 Devosa GMT Quartz. I figure if you wear a watch that lasts the long haul of life. It's ok custom it.

    If I was to get one Rolex only anyhow. It would be a silver dial datejust, and I would just rotate metal bracelets, leather bands, and nato straps.

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    Re: Homemade "spring bars" on my GMT homage

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    Re: Homemade "spring bars" on my GMT homage

    It's probably the wrong forum for your post; may be better in straps??
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    Re: Homemade "spring bars" on my GMT homage

    I believe you can now find spring bars in the empty toilet paper aisles...


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    ^^ tells the truth on Internet forums
    So many watches, So little time...
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