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Don't know why it is so difficult to find the lug size on a watch. UGH!
Any help on the Seiko 7006-8007 lug width?
 

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According to J.Borel it uses A180WS spring bars - so 18mm.
 

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Measure it? A metric caliper or rule is only a couple of bux, available at any hardware store. Then you can measure all of your watches.
 

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Tough to measure when it's not in hand and you're planning a bid to score it's bracelet.
 

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Tough to measure when it's not in hand and you're planning a bid to score it's bracelet.

Right on the money. I've been on the quest for some original bracelets, not so easy task. Trying to find lug size on various watches and the most aggravating thing is finding the one you need and find out it has been sized for Tom Thumbs wrist and of course they don't have the extra links, who needs those "right"
Latest find was the beads of rice for the world time


This was another awesome find t
7A28-7039 original bracelet that actually fit my wrist, it was in Sweden that probably is why it still fit a large wrist
 
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