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Hi all,

Just wanted to share the new beads of rice bracelets from Harold, better known as Yobokies.

It is available in 20 and 22mm with straight ends or curved links.








With this clasp the pricing is: Curve-ended is US$85,00, straight-ended is US$65,00



With this clasp the pricing is: Curve-ended is US$95,00, straight-ended is US$75,00



I really like them and it would look killer on a lot of watches!

Have a great weekend!

Eric
 

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With this clasp the pricing is: Curve-ended is US$85,00, straight-ended is US$65,00

With this clasp the pricing is: Curve-ended is US$95,00, straight-ended is US$75,00

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I really like them and it would look killer on a lot of watches!

Have a great weekend!

Eric[/QUOTE]

Hello to all Yobokies BOR lovers,

A few questions please, Opinions on using the BOR with straight ends on a Seiko SKX399 or should if BOR used
look better with curved end links and not put them down as I have several, but as they are dive watches if it
trying to hard by using such a... finished product on a dive watch and to set the stage I use my dive watches as
dress and for casual or sometimes even work. And please dont get me wrong when I say using such a finished
product on a dive watch, I have had a few dive watches and consider my SKX399 which I will never sell as pushing
all my right buttons and since it is in such great shape I am thinking about this bracelet and using as more for
dress. The other question was who has used or has an opinion of the clasp in picture 4 for my situation.

all opinions wether yeah or neah are welcome please,

thanks,
Dan
 

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I bought a 20 mm straight end for my Seiko Rally re-issue.


But get it with a diver's clasp....


and not this long deployant with diver's extension. The screws can work loose and drop off.
 
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Hello Henry and thank you the picture and advice, by any chance
do you have a top down photo or dial picture of this watch you have
shown so I can see how the straight end matches up to the case from
that angle?



Dan
 

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thanks for your info henri T, for a while i tough the long deployant with diver's extension is better option, since they cost more and look more solid.. never cross my mind that the srew you show me can loose by itself... thats too bad i think...
 

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I have the BOR with the classic stamped clasp on a custom pilot diver.



My Hammer bracelet came with the new solid clasp and so far the screws have never come loose after extensive use.



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Could anyone help me comparing this beads of rice bracelet to Super Jubilee bracelet?

I'm buying my first mechanical watch. Decided it to be Seiko SKX007 which I'm hoping would be the one watch i will use my whole life. Additionally to Nato straps, I want to have a suiting bracelet for it too. Now my opinion was that it should be jubilee style because it looks great on this watch so I was planning to buy super jubilee for it. When i found out about Yobokies beads of rice bracelet, I can't seem to be able to do a decision between the two.

Could anyone help me with comparing the two, super jubilee and the beads of rice bracelet? Im interested in hearing your opinions in which one is more comfortable? How do you like the style? Which one would look better with patina and scratches after many years of use? Which one just looks better/is better on skx007 in different situations and for what reasons?
 
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