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  Reply # 1184544 27-Nov-2014 23:28
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^ Looks awesome. Might change my strap soon too. Leather is okay but just love metal so much more. 




 

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  Reply # 1184665 28-Nov-2014 09:06
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JayTaicho: Just got a steel strap put on from Mister Minit in Lynn Mall. Good thing was he'd done a couple moto's already so was up to speed with adjusting the metal band to fit better. Looks pretty sweet. $45.






That looks gorgeous. Where did you get the steel strap from?

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  Reply # 1184702 28-Nov-2014 09:36
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From Mister Minut. The key cutting guys that are in the malls. Just noticed them as I was in the mall last night. 

The strap is really similar to the official moto steel one too, but half the price.  

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  Reply # 1184708 28-Nov-2014 09:44
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JayTaicho: From Mister Minut. The key cutting guys that are in the malls. Just noticed them as I was in the mall last night. 

The strap is really similar to the official moto steel one too, but half the price.  


You are awesome. Thanks for that man! Guess where I am going first thing tomorrow morning!

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  Reply # 1184742 28-Nov-2014 10:27
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JayTaicho: From Mister Minut. The key cutting guys that are in the malls. Just noticed them as I was in the mall last night. 

The strap is really similar to the official moto steel one too, but half the price.  


What is it like on the back? Looks fantastic!


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  Reply # 1184745 28-Nov-2014 10:27
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ZombieJohn: Guess where I am going first thing tomorrow morning!


Nice. It's the 22mm you want. They attach it and remove links on the band to fit nicely for free which is cool.

Also bought this today, for the strap removal tool. On the hunt now for a brown leather strap. Looks sweet on the silver moto. 

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  Reply # 1184772 28-Nov-2014 10:53
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stenknz: What is it like on the back? Looks fantastic!


You mean the underside of the watch, or the band clasp side?

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  Reply # 1184776 28-Nov-2014 10:57
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JayTaicho:
stenknz: What is it like on the back? Looks fantastic!


You mean the underside of the watch, or the band clasp side?


Sorry the underside. I have heard that some bands cause the back to crack.

You can now get the Moto ones for $80 USD but if this is just as good I will go with this. Does look really good.

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  Reply # 1184786 28-Nov-2014 11:12
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stenknz: Sorry the underside. I have heard that some bands cause the back to crack.


Yep, was totally worried about that too. If third party bands aren't adjusted to fit properly where they connect with the face, you have to force it a bit to fit, which can lead to cracks. Luckily the guy that fitted mine had already done a couple, so knew to modify the strap before attaching it. He was pretty on to it.

moto back

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  Reply # 1184790 28-Nov-2014 11:16
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JayTaicho:
stenknz: Sorry the underside. I have heard that some bands cause the back to crack.


Yep, was totally worried about that too. If third party bands aren't adjusted to fit properly where they connect with the face, you have to force it a bit to fit, which can lead to cracks. Luckily the guy that fitted mine had already done a couple, so knew to modify the strap before attaching it. He was pretty on to it.

moto back


Awesome, thanks so much for taking the time to show me. I appreciate it a lot. Looks pretty good. I'll go to the New Lynn one as well.



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  Reply # 1184822 28-Nov-2014 11:41
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JayTaicho:
stenknz: Sorry the underside. I have heard that some bands cause the back to crack.


Yep, was totally worried about that too. If third party bands aren't adjusted to fit properly where they connect with the face, you have to force it a bit to fit, which can lead to cracks. Luckily the guy that fitted mine had already done a couple, so knew to modify the strap before attaching it. He was pretty on to it.

moto back


Yeah really appreciate the follow up on that. Do you know who fitted it at Mister Minit?

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  Reply # 1184863 28-Nov-2014 12:45
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ZombieJohn: Yeah really appreciate the follow up on that. Do you know who fitted it at Mister Minit?


Didn't catch his name, but he was an Asian dude. Nice guy. Very helpful.

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  Reply # 1185086 28-Nov-2014 18:45
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for a moment i thought that was a real tag heuer

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  Reply # 1185246 29-Nov-2014 09:11
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Anyone know where I can get one in Christchurch? Everywhere seems to be sold out.

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  Reply # 1185373 29-Nov-2014 13:11
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JayTaicho: Just got a steel strap put on from Mister Minit in Lynn Mall. Good thing was he'd done a couple moto's already so was up to speed with adjusting the metal band to fit better. Looks pretty sweet. $45.






I went to the Mister Minit in Takapuna and I could have sworn I got the right strap but they were adamant it wasn't going to work once they looked at it. Guess I am going to be making a trip out to Lynn mall tomorrow.

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