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    Seamaster in its element

    Newbie here. I thought I would post a photo of my Seamaster with blue rubber strap in its true element - a beach in Nicaragua during my last holiday.

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    Re: Seamaster in its element

    Hi. Where did you get this strap? It looks nice! I wants...
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    Re: Seamaster in its element

    Dude, you have to tell us where you got that strap!

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    Re: Seamaster in its element

    I brought it from the Omega Boutique in Beverly Hills. I think you guys can order it from any AD or here - http://www.ofrei.com/page750.html.

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    Re: Seamaster in its element

    It's not there. I already have the blue rubber strap on order but there is no blue rubber strap with white stitching..
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    Re: Seamaster in its element

    I believe the Omega part number is OME-98000210. Plus you will need the clasp. Do a search on that page, it's there. Or you can have an AD order for you.

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    Re: Seamaster in its element

    Quote Originally Posted by mav View Post
    I believe the Omega part number is OME-98000210. Plus you will need the clasp. Do a search on that page, it's there. Or you can have an AD order for you.
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    Re: Seamaster in its element

    Mav,

    Which Seamaster is that?

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    I love that picture !

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    Re: Seamaster in its element

    I think that I am going to do this strap, but it is about $500 with the deployment buckle. Do you have any other pictures? It does look stunning! I just now saw the picture, so I am glad to see it first, so to speak before I order the strap.

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