Rubber Strap for 5000T

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    Rubber Strap for 5000T

    Hi all,

    I'mm looking for a Rubber Strap that could be good for a 5000T Professional. An orange one could be great.

    Will the Doxa Rubber Strap for the 600T Graph and for the 750T fit the 5000T?

    It seems that lug width is the same (21mm) but I don't know if the shape of the watchcase makes these straps not suitable for 5000T.

    Thanks in advance for your answers.
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    Re: Rubber Strap for 5000T

    G'day mate -

    unfortunately DOXA don't yet make a rubber strap for the 5000T / 800Ti series which is a real bummer because the straps on the 750T are some of the best rubber straps I've ever worn.

    The Hirsch Extreme is one that works well on the 5000T and it comes in Black, Dark Blue, Royal Blue and also Orange

    The 22mm will fit the 5000T perfect and it looks pretty damn good!

    Here's a few pics of my old 5000T Carib on one to give you an idea of how it looks.... someone has a photo of one on a Professional with an orange strap too I think









    Cheers!

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    I second the Hirsch Extreme 22mm recommendation. Though today my 5000T pro is on the bracelet, I'll put mount the Hirsch this weekend. It is incredibly comfortable, looks great, and the little details are wonderful (integrated keeper notch to hold the keeper in place; rounded contours on the back side of the strap; etc).

    Sorry for the poor quality of my pics:








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