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As you all know, changing straps is a PITA. Was thinking about switching over to springbars, at least until I can find the right strap for my Millemetri.

Anyone done this? If so, what thickness? Anyone tried curved springbars (can't believe how short the lugs are on this watch).

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I got my new Millemetri yesterday, and immediately removed the Kodiak strap and put it on a 22mm brushed Watchadoo 'Lumpy'. Looks good (to me at least). The screws fit the new Lumpies, and I've got a pair of 'fat' Seiko spring bars that work as well, so maybe that's the way for you to go, too. Whatever, wear it in good health - and a Merry Christmas to all Nimo fans!
 

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Panatime has these that are just springbars but one end is slotted so it looks like a screw! Ive got some for 24mm straps but i need to see if the end that looks like a screw will fit in the drilled lug hole, other end is fine and Anonimo seems to make the smallest dia. screwbars and screws! If they work it would be a simple way to change straps and still look like its a screw on one end!
 
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