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Hi guys,

was wondering if the

aquis strap: 07 4 26 34

fits the

pro diver strap: 07 4 26 04

I have been trying to source a pro diver strap but to no avail.. (online)

I have contacted the fourm ad and awaiting a response.
 

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They aren't interchangeable. You can order from any AD, but be warned, Oris rubber straps are about the most expensive on the market. The best price I have found is from WUS sponsor Jambor Jewelers.
 

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They aren't interchangeable. You can order from any AD, but be warned, Oris rubber straps are about the most expensive on the market. The best price I have found is from WUS sponsor Jambor Jewelers.
how's the pricing from FOO?
 

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They aren't interchangeable. You can order from any AD, but be warned, Oris rubber straps are about the most expensive on the market. The best price I have found is from WUS sponsor Jambor Jewelers.
they are expensive, but there are definitely others that are way more expensive.
my aquis rubber strap + deployant was just under USD180.
something like the Omega planet ocean will be at least 3x as much.
 

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they are expensive, but there are definitely others that are way more expensive.
my aquis rubber strap + deployant was just under USD180.
something like the Omega planet ocean will be at least 3x as much.
That's an absolute steal. In North America they will run over $400 from an AD (my AD quoted me $480, or $300 for the rubber only). Ordering from the Oris service center direct would have cost me $350 for my Aquis Maldives. By comparison, a replacement strap for my Breitling Superocean Heritage was $75 (without deployant). I've noticed, however, that Oris straps are considerably less costly in other parts of the world, which is why I order mine from Jambor in Spain for less than half the North American price.
 

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That's an absolute steal. In North America they will run over $400 from an AD (my AD quoted me $480, or $300 for the rubber only). Ordering from the Oris service center direct would have cost me $350 for my Aquis Maldives. By comparison, a replacement strap for my Breitling Superocean Heritage was $75 (without deployant). I've noticed, however, that Oris straps are considerably less costly in other parts of the world, which is why I order mine from Jambor in Spain for less than half the North American price.
i ordered mine directly from the Oris distributor here.
kinda interesting it gets marked up so much, would figure they would be some sort of price control in place no matter the region.
 

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i ordered mine directly from the Oris distributor here.
kinda interesting it gets marked up so much, would figure they would be some sort of price control in place no matter the region.
There ARE price controls... by Oris. Oris knows they can get away with charging more in North America, so they set their prices higher. When you can buy it at AD pricing from a different country for far less than buying direct from Oris in your own country, then you know there is price gouging going on.
 
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