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Love my 2254.50! I have two OEM rubber straps that I enjoy with this diver:





 

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Very nice. Happen to know the model numbers for the straps?

Here you go:


















I do not see a model number (on the rubber strap) for this one:










Here is the clasp model number:

 
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2254 on OEM NATO from 2016 Rio Olympics
Just switched from bracelet for summer weather




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Tudor Pelagos, Omega 2254.50, Seiko SPB051, Garmin, G Shock
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This watch is the most comfortable I have ever worn on a NATO. Love it. Has me thinking of buying another 2254.50 for when this one gets completely beat up.

Any recommendations for an aftermarket rubber strap?
 

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You can still buy this strap and clasp from Omega. Together they will cost around $600 USD. Looks absolutely awesome....show stopper...but damn is it pricey.
yea looking for something quite a bit cheaper. Was looking at the Zealande strap, but seems pricey compared to some Bonnetto and other brands.
 

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Wonder what the OP chose?

I have the newer one so of course I'd vote for it but then I'd typically always go for the new version if it's not too far off budget.

That said, I probably wouldn't have thought of comparing these two watches since we're talking a huge price and age gap.

The more fair comparison would probably be between the 2254 and the 2012 ceramic smp.
 
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