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Topic # 148485 20-Jun-2014 16:42
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Has anyone tried a standard 24mm watch band?




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  Reply # 1071372 20-Jun-2014 23:39
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What do you mean by standard? I've tried the Sony silicon band which is nice and light, but a bit sweaty. I'm currently wearing the Sony black stainless steel band. I've also just imported an aftermarket stretch Fixoflex band which I'll probably switch to in summer. There are leather / fabric Sony bands available if you check the website.



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  Reply # 1071379 21-Jun-2014 00:11
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I was reading somewhere that you can use a "standard" 24mm strap

quick example from google search





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