Discussion of straps and bracelets.
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Panerai7 wrote:Wonder if you had the strap on too tight, with a nato you can create a lot of unnecessary force down to the wrist if you wear it tight
Good point, Art; but I don't like the straps tight.
This may not have been the Squale spring bar, but not sure.
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I'm convinced NATO straps cause unnecessary spring bar failures.
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This happened to me once whilst wearing a Sinn 156 and flying a kite w my kids.
Reason why it happened? Wrong spring bars installed.
Now I did have a failure whilst wearing an IWC AT, and since it was on rubber it went for a full service, new crown and crystal.
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BBK357 wrote:it went for a full service, new crown and crystal.
Don't they all?
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NATO saves the day. Forward this thread to the White House.
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