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  • arvinsign
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    @Henry and Scott

    Yes i succeeded. But later on i just ordered a separate steel bracelet for the Rattrapante. I really like the looks of this model in a Rubber too so i planned to have a dedicated steel bracelet for times that i need to swap. In that case i can always keep the Diastar Original on its own bracelet without removing it.

    One thing i realized though is that with this design of the Rado Diastar lugs, i donít really have options for any after market straps.

    Thanks.

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  • scottjc
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    Originally posted by Henry Krinkle View Post
    Did you succeed? I imagine if you push out the pin closest to the case you will remove the lugs and if you push out the second pin the bracelet? strap alone will come out.
    You guessed correctly Henry. It's extremely difficult to do without scratching the lugs though.

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  • Henry Krinkle
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    Did you succeed? I imagine if you push out the pin closest to the case you will remove the lugs and if you push out the second pin the bracelet? strap alone will come out.

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  • arvinsign
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    Please ignore the post, the issue is now solved. Thanks

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  • arvinsign
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    Help with Rado Diastar Strap Replacelement/Removal

    Hi Guys,

    Is there anyone here please who can give me advice on how to remove the bracelet from a Rado Diastar.? I have 2 models of Rado Diastar (Original and Rattrapante). I wanted to move the SS bracelet from the original to the Rattrapante (in rubber). However i cant figure out what is the best way to do it. Which pins should be removed? Is it the pin closed to the case or the one that holds the rubber? I Have tried pushing the pins to no avail and i accidentally scratched the lugs doing so. So i thought i should ask first before moving any further.

    Any tips or advice is appreciated. Thanks

    Pics below for reference.
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