girard perregaux 8030 strap options

Oct 16, 2020,18:59 PM

doesn't look as if straight spring bars will even fit this watch.

if it only takes curved end spring bars, what exactly are my aftermarket bracelet and strap options, and my limitations.

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just make sure you search for 'curved end straps' online

 By: VinnieD : October 17th, 2020-02:51
and try to find a curved spring bar. Both Jaeger and Girard use these. Be careful with the length of the spring bars as they should be 1mm longer than the distance between lugs Which dial do you have on your 8030?


 By: tHaTdOgWiLlHuNt : October 17th, 2020-14:14
so you're saying i should get 21mm curved spring bars? pony up for cheergiant?..i really want a would love to rig a barton sailcloth or alligator ...  

That is the best dial config - nice!

 By: VinnieD : October 18th, 2020-00:50
All I would say for these curved springbars, make sure a professional checks them properly as the angle of the pin could also damage your case or not be fully engaged to the bottom of the lug hole. I have one such case, but won't get a second one!


 By: tHaTdOgWiLlHuNt : October 18th, 2020-23:54
i don't have the watch with me, but does anyone know if this watch could take a run of the mill 20mm oyster bracelet with curved spring bars added?

I doubt it

 By: VinnieD : October 19th, 2020-00:51
the case profile is very specific