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Hi,

I have recently bought 2 aftermarket bracelets for my Tudor 7996. I assumed that the 19mm endlinks would fit, but boy was I wrong...

Now that I have the bracelets, does anyone happen to know where could I purchase the correct (aftermarket) endlinks for that watch model?

Thanks!


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Pictures of the watch/bracelet would help you get answers.
 

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Pictures of the watch/bracelet would help you get answers.
Ok, this is the watch, Tudor Prince Oysterdate 7996. Lugs are 19mm wide:


The bracelets I purchased could be found here:
http://www..........s.com/item/19MM-STAINLESS-STEEL-JUBILEE-BAND-BRACELET-FOR-ROLEX-OLD-DATEJUST-WATCH/1121166075.html

And here:
http://www..........s.com/item/19MM-ALL-BRUSHED-SOLID-STAINLESS-STEEL-OYSTER-BAND-BRACELET-FOR-ROLEX-OLD-EXPLORER-WATCH-N/1121162157.html


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I feel your pain.

Just ordered two gold plated (Jubilee and Oyster) for my gold plated OysterDate. None of the endlinks fit!
 

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I feel your pain.

Just ordered two gold plated (Jubilee and Oyster) for my gold plated OysterDate. None of the endlinks fit!
If any of you figure this out, please reply to me and let me know too. :)

Have a vintage Seamaster that I'd love to put a aftermarket bracelet on (whether oyster, jubilee, BoR, etc) but I want fitting endlinks. Doesn't have to be a perfect fit, but close enough is close enough.

I'm wondering if I should just take my watch into a watchmaker and ask if they have bracelets. If they do, maybe they can help me go through a few of their bracelets/endlinks and I'll buy the first one that fits.
 
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