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Here's my 2201.52.00 which came on a shark mesh. It doesn't seem like this bracelet was a very common option.

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My 2201 is technically a 2201.52 as well, but I wasn't a huge fan of the mesh and sold it for the bracelet (actually the bracelet from the 8500 model). It sure does look cool though, just not my personal preference.
 

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My 2201 is technically a 2201.52 as well, but I wasn't a huge fan of the mesh and sold it for the bracelet (actually the bracelet from the 8500 model). It sure does look cool though, just not my personal preference.
I was actually thinking of switching out the mesh as well.. probably for a black rubber strap. The mesh is nice, but it wears a bit big and blingy.
 

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My PO 2500. Sorry about the crappy pic.
Bought mine new back in 2011. Probably one of the best watches out there for the money. :-!
I will be wearing it when I am in Cancun this December. b-)
 

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Use to own a Submariner, then owned a Seamaster pro Bond for a bunch of years, tried a bunch of other divers and couldn't settle on one I really liked. Just yesterday traded my old Datejust for this. Love the size and thickness, the 42mm 8500 was just a little too thick, hope I get a bunch of years out of this one.

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Anyone seen PO2500XL ever on jubilee? Have a feeling that strapcode SJ with straight ends might look really cool and different to oem bracelet
 

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Fancy your LEPO!
Sorry no can do I originally bought the standard PO 2500 and then spent 6 years regretting I never popped for the LE one. Now both are keepers for sure! The PO LM LE is like an 8500 without the weight and bulk in size though I have been contemplating a bezel swap to make my perfect watch as I really like the e Matt bezel on the 8500 (which probably accounts for why I have not sold it yet)

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Sorry no can do I originally bought the standard PO 2500 and then spent 6 years regretting I never popped for the LE one. Now both are keepers for sure! The PO LM LE is like an 8500 without the weight and bulk in size though I have been contemplating a bezel swap to make my perfect watch as I really like the e Matt bezel on the 8500 (which probably accounts for why I have not sold it yet)

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I was just complmenting yours! Beautiful.

And I have owned a few PO's myself over the years including several 2201.50 references. I liked my 8500 PO as well but preferred the 2500's 42mm variants. Never owned the LMLE model, but got to handle a few times in person at the Omega boutique. Very special watch; enjoy!
 

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I was just complmenting yours! Beautiful.

And I have owned a few PO's myself over the years including several 2201.50 references. I liked my 8500 PO as well but preferred the 2500's 42mm variants. Never owned the LMLE model, but got to handle a few times in person at the Omega boutique. Very special watch; enjoy!
After all these years waiting I will!

Here's a picky for good measure

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