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    Picture Searambler arrives!! (Modem burner)

    One watch, three different looks. Enjoy! #0178/5000



















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    Re: Searambler arrives!! (Modem burner)

    Wow,

    Thats a stunner
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    Re: Searambler arrives!! (Modem burner)

    Oh man!!!! You make me want to go get the Searambler.

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    Dan,

    You've illustrated why I bought a searambler. It fits totally into anyone's lifestyle. You can dress it up or down yet it fits. Black tie or Bluejeans ya can't go wrong. The Board room or the ocean bottom. It works for me. On top of that the silver dial changes with the light just like the ocean. Great photos.

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    Re: Searambler arrives!! (Modem burner)

    Wow that rambler looks so cool with the black strap - I have that combination too but have been reluctant to change out the rice bead - how did you change to the strap??
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    Quote Originally Posted by DoxaHarleyDog View Post
    Wow that rambler looks so cool with the black strap - I have that combination too but have been reluctant to change out the rice bead - how did you change to the strap??
    You need a small springbar tool that fits into the slot at the lug end of the endlink. You hook onto the middle part of the double flange with the tool and push to the center and push down on the link. once that side is done you go to the other side , do the same and the end link will separate from the watch . then you do the same for the other endlink. to put the strap on you just take the springbars and insert them in the hole at the end of the strap and do the reverse of what you did with the bracelet. Doxa should make a video.

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    PS The first time's the worst. I've been replacing straps and bracelets on my watches for over 20 years now so it's second nature. I wish I could do a video cause it's much easier to show than to tell.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jstawasz View Post
    You need a small springbar tool that fits into the slot at the lug end of the endlink. You hook onto the middle part of the double flange with the tool and push to the center and push down on the link. once that side is done you go to the other side , do the same and the end link will separate from the watch . then you do the same for the other endlink. to put the strap on you just take the springbars and insert them in the hole at the end of the strap and do the reverse of what you did with the bracelet. Doxa should make a video.

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    PS The first time's the worst. I've been replacing straps and bracelets on my watches for over 20 years now so it's second nature. I wish I could do a video cause it's much easier to show than to tell.
    I just use the tool that came with the watch. Like Joe said, just pull the spring bar back and it releases easily. The bracelet is more difficult to put on but with practice it becomes fairly easy.

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    DOXA Dan,

    Great pics. That's awesome. DHD may have meant how did you emotionally change to the strap. I may be wrong, so if I'm speaking out of turn, I stand corrected!
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    I do not have the tool so I cannot do this procedure I guess....arrghh
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    Re: Searambler arrives!! (Modem burner)

    Quote Originally Posted by DoxaHarleyDog View Post
    I do not have the tool so I cannot do this procedure I guess....arrghh
    Heck, If you're careful you can use an ice pick. They're called springbars because they are spring loaded and all you have to do is find some way of compressing each end.

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