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Omega Speedmaster Moon Watch Band 1970's

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Basic Info

Type Bracelet/strap
Condition 1 (mint)
Location United States, California, San Diego
Price [SOLD] [Negotiable]
Availability Available now

Bracelet/strap

Bracelet material Steel
Bracelet color Steel
Lug width 20 mm Size guide
Clasp Fold clasp
Clasp material Steel

Description

An original Omega Speedmaster band (160 mm) in stainless steel. Everything is correct from 1970's with no stretch. Matching end clips with spring bars included. A customer who purchased the moon watch preferred a leather band so now I have an extra band to sell.

Please ignore black spots or shadows in the pictures they are reflections of the camera setup during photography. Many of these pictures are very difficult to take due to the mirror surfaces and light. For the yellow gold and red gold watches please ignore the slight tarnished looking spots that are caused by the incorrect light setting on my camera; these surfaces are actually perfect.

Size guide for wristbands

1 | Lug width

The lug width is the width of the strap at the end that is attached to the watch. This is the interior distance between the two lugs (horn-like protrusions) on the watch casing. The strap will fit your watch only if the lug width of the watch is the same width as the strap.

2 | Buckle width

The buckle width is the width of the strap at the buckle end. If you want to keep your watch’s original buckle and replace only the strap, the width of the original buckle must be identical to the strap width. For watches with folding clasps, please choose a strap specially made for your particular clasp.

3 | Strap length

The strap length is the combined length of the short strap side 3A (without buckle) and the long strap side 3B. For metal straps, the length of the strap including the clasp is measured in the closed position.

4 | Strap thickness

Strap thickness is the height of the strap. Many leather straps thin out towards the buckle end, or “taper”. If you want to keep your watch’s original buckle and replace only the strap, the strap thickness must match the height of the original buckle. For watches with folding clasps, please choose a strap specially made for your particular clasp.