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    Prodiver on rubber

    I finally got around to putting the Stowa rubber strap on my Prodiver. I must say I like the look, I chose to put the smooth side on the inside. What makes this strap in the fine clasp that Stowa used. I might keep it on rubber for the summer.












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    Re: Prodiver on rubber

    Looks good SlipKid. My Seatime came with the rubber strap which I wear with the smooth side on the outside. Not sure why but my strap does not have the Stowa logo on the clasp



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    Re: Prodiver on rubber

    Quote Originally Posted by AndyC View Post
    Looks good SlipKid. My Seatime came with the rubber strap which I wear with the smooth side on the outside. Not sure why but my strap does not have the Stowa logo on the clasp
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    I was told only the Prodiver had the logo on the rubber strap. Nice Seatime you got there, is that a blue dial (love a blue dial)?
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    Re: Prodiver on rubber

    Great pics, I also like the rubber bracelet.
    Just changed my ss into rubber as well, looks great.
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    Re: Prodiver on rubber

    Looks good Pete......................
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    Re: Prodiver on rubber

    Quote Originally Posted by SlipKid View Post
    I was told only the Prodiver had the logo on the rubber strap. Nice Seatime you got there, is that a blue dial (love a blue dial)?
    So that's why. Yes it has the blue dial and also spends most of the time on a blue shark strap.



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    Re: Prodiver on rubber

    Andy,
    Looks great on the blue strap.............
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