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Ok so i have a GMT bracelet and a Sub 750T bracelet, i have got the endlinks mixed up and would like to seperate them before i send them out (i have sold them both)

i will take pics soon,

First question is what is the Lug width of the GMT and 750T are they diiferent? (i shall measure my end links to check the difference)

One set of endlinks have a lot of ridges on the innerside, the other set are smoother which are likely to be which?

Cheers, Ric

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Ok so i have a GMT bracelet and a Sub 750T bracelet, i have got the endlinks mixed up and would like to seperate them before i send them out (i have sold them both)

i will take pics soon,

First question is what is the Lug width of the GMT and 750T are they diiferent? (i shall measure my end links to check the difference)

One set of endlinks have a lot of ridges on the innerside, the other set are smoother which are likely to be which?

Cheers, Ric

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The only thing I can tell you is that the 750T endlinks are slightly shorter (make sense?). They are the same width (lug to lug), but when installed, the 750T endlinks are more "flush" with the case. The GMT endlinks stick out ~1mm when installed........

Hope this helps..........
 

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Hi, hmmm its hard to tell, i took some more pics, the one with the inner ridges is the one on the right in all pics



Cheers, Ric
 

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OK, I just pulled out 4 GMT endlinks that I do not have installed at the moment. All 4 have the "Ridges" like your endlink on the right in the pics. I am not saying that is a definite, but I think it is a fairly safe bet......
 

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Hi Jason, sounds good so it is likely the ridged ones are the GMT ones.
Can anyone else chime in with their opinions, i want to 100% sure before i send these bracelets out to their new owners

Cheers, Ric
 

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Hi Jason, sounds good so it is likely the ridged ones are the GMT ones.
Can anyone else chime in with their opinions, i want to 100% sure before i send these bracelets out to their new owners

Cheers, Ric
I checked my GMT v std bracelet and agree. In the above pics, GMT endlinks are on right. The notches that the rice beads attach to in the GMT bracelet are not as deep as the standard 750T.

FWIW neither of my endlinks have ridges on them. For reference, my GMT bracelet came off of a DS GMT and the standard 750T bracelet is off the COSC RR.
 

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thanks twylie! Also could you look, at the last pic i posted above, see the gaps where you would get the spring bars out from and how it is bigger on the left one than the right, is this the same for your GMT endlinks?

Cheers! Ric

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FWIW neither of my endlinks have ridges on them. For reference, my GMT bracelet came off of a DS GMT and the standard 750T bracelet is off the COSC RR.
Really oh, well i want to be completely sure on this
 

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thanks twylie! Also could you look, at the last pic i posted above, see the gaps where you would get the spring bars out from and how it is bigger on the left one than the right, is this the same for your GMT endlinks?
Gaps for springbar removal are slightly larger on my GMT ( < 0.5mm, maybe closer 0.025mm). Close enough that I wouldn't think that's an accurate differentiator. My bracelets were from at least a year apart in when the watches were sold so mine may not be a good comparison. May be best to wait for a response from DOXA on this one.

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thanks twylie, i should have mentioned it is the pin and collar 750T as opposed to the newer screw type

Anyway i spoke to Doxa on the live chat and sent them the pic, i got confirmation that the ridged one is the GMT so im pretty happy with that

Cheers all!

Ric
 
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