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Thread: Sinn U1 on Elliot Brown rubber strap

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    Sinn U1 on Elliot Brown rubber strap

    I had a WTB out for Sinn rubber for the U1 and then discovered them for sale at Chronomaster. Prior to that, and as a backup, I went looking for an interim solution.

    I came across Elliot Brown and thought I would give one a whirl, if it didn't fit the U1 I am sure it would find its way onto something else.

    Anyway, it arrived today and fits like it was made for the watch. Nice and thick at the lug end, slim at the buckle, good quality and the black hardware looks great! What do you think?





    Last edited by electorn; 5th October 2019 at 19:13.

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    Sinn U1 on Elliot Brown rubber strap

    It looks like it was designed for that watch; Iíll have a look at the website and see what else they have - thanks for posting!


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    Last edited by Megatron; 4th October 2019 at 07:13.

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    There is a good range of colours available as well, I am going to get a few more in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by electorn View Post
    I had a WTB out for Sinn rubber for the U1 and then discovered them for sale at Chronomaster. Prior to that, and as a backup, I went looking for an interim solution.

    I came across Elliot Brown and thought I would give one a whirl, if it didn't fit the U1 I am sure it would find its way onto something else.

    Anyway, it arrived today and fits like it was made for the watch. Nice and thick at the lug end, slim at the buckle, good quality and the black hardware looks great! What do you think?



    Great fit considering its not original!

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    Hello,
    Can you say if you used regular spring bars or something fatter? The regular EB watches use a screw bar.
    I imagine the hole being bigger than a 1.2-1.5mm spring bar.

    I am seeing also that these are about £45 (w/o VAT) plus £18 shipping via DHL international rate (U.S.)

    Thanks

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    Take a picture of the buckle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by parsig9 View Post
    Hello,
    Can you say if you used regular spring bars or something fatter? The regular EB watches use a screw bar.
    I imagine the hole being bigger than a 1.2-1.5mm spring bar.

    I am seeing also that these are about £45 (w/o VAT) plus £18 shipping via DHL international rate (U.S.)

    Thanks
    I just used regular spring bars on mine.

    Quote Originally Posted by abraxas View Post
    Take a picture of the buckle.
    The same buckle can be seen on their website

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