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Hello, Guys. What is the correct bracelet for the 16600 SD?

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Rafael T
I think Chris meant to say 93260. The 93150 is used on older subs (16610, 16800, 1680) and old/current Sub w/o date (5513 & 14060M).

The SD bracelet ref 93260 has links with polished sides and thicker SEL's.
 

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I'm confused. I've seen both numbers in various fora. Which one is it, please?

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Rafael T
 

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Too many beers will do that now and again... sorry!!
93260 is what you want.

Rolex only uses the 904 Stainless in their watches, and they claim a watch is made from a solid block of Steel.
 

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Hi Guys mind if I join in?
I bought my SD new from the local AD in July. My bracelet has 93160A and OP5 stamped on it.
It's the correct one according to the Rolex website.
Best regards
Andy
 

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Google is your friend! I found this last night.

http://www.rolexforums.com/archive/index.php/t-8841.html

""Hi Mitch,

Don't know anything about the fake, but basically there is just one tiny difference between the 93250 (on the Sub-date) and the 93160 (on the SD)!!

The 93250 has 4½ links on the '6' side, whereas the 93160 has 5 full links on the '6' side.

Also, when you buy an SD, you get an additional link marked "L" (for Large). This additional link comes with its own lug pin and can be screwed on to the flat link marked "S" which is already in the barcelet. Also the SD comes with the special screwdriver for this purpose.

Special additional "L" flat link with SD purchase...this is to be added on in case of extra thick diving suits for very professional use only. 99.99% of us will never use this link!!

http://i6.photobucket.com/albums/y203/JJIrani/LlinkSD.jpg

Special screwdriver with SD...

http://i6.photobucket.com/albums/y203/JJIrani/SDScrewdriver.jpg

SD bracelet 93160 in profile. Note FIVE full links on the '6' side...
http://i6.photobucket.com/albums/y203/JJIrani/SDlinks.jpg

Sub-date bracelet 93250 in profile....note 4½ link on the '6' side...
http://i6.photobucket.com/albums/y203/JJIrani/16610Bracelet.jpg""
 

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Hi Guys mind if I join in?
I bought my SD new from the local AD in July. My bracelet has 93160A and OP5 stamped on it.
It's the correct one according to the Rolex website.
Best regards
Andy
hi andy
just checked my sd bracelet the same number but no op5 were is that
my sd is a 2002 model
cheers
andy
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hi andy
just checked my sd bracelet the same number but no op5 were is that
my sd is a 2002 model
cheers
andy
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Hi Andy
Sorry I don't know tech terms but look inside curved piece of the braclet which sits next to your skin. To the left of the Rolex cartouche is stamped Registered Swiss Made. To the right of the cartouche is stamped steelnck. Directly above this lightly stamped is OP5 and below, 93160A.

Hope this helps
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Hi Andy
Sorry I don't know tech terms but look inside curved piece of the braclet which sits next to your skin. To the left of the Rolex cartouche is stamped Registered Swiss Made. To the right of the cartouche is stamped steelnck. Directly above this lightly stamped is OP5 and below, 93160A.

Hope this helps
Andy
hi andy
cheers found it, christ thats faint i think mine is ot8 or dt8
not quite sure
cheers
andy
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Thanks for that link scottjal, I hadn't seen that.
Best regards
Andy
 
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