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    1000t Searambler

    I've ordered mine and was wondering about the dimensions of the GMT bracelet seeing how I don't own one. I do have the 1000t pro COSC, 5000t Shark, and nymph on order.

    Anyway I am guessing that the new searambler end links are increasing from 20mm to 21mm and the bracelet is thicker. Does that sound about right.

    Also has anyone tried the live chat lately, seems do be down for me after several tries and did not want to bother calling.

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    Re: 1000t Searambler

    The only difference between the GMT bracelet and the standard bracelet is the thickness of the links and the extra fine adjustment hole on the bracelet. When I got my second GMT bracelet for my 750T Searambler I fitted it to my 1000T Divingstar just for the heck of it so it works with 20mm or 21mm endlinks. IMHO the heavier GMT bracelet is unnecessary for the standard 1000T. However, if the new Rambler is supposed to have a thicker case like the old Synchrons then the watch head will be heavier and the GMT bracelet should balance that perfectly.

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    Re: 1000t Searambler

    OK thanks that makes sense. didn't know if the lug width was increasing

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    Re: 1000t Searambler

    Quote Originally Posted by hray View Post
    OK thanks that makes sense. didn't know if the lug width was increasing
    I wouldn't think so. The thickness is what's increasing, not the diameter of the case. The lugs should stay the same as the current 1000T.
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