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  • EWP006734.
  • USE A RULER TO MEASURE your case opening in mm before purchasing to avoid returns.
  • Material: 316L Stainless Steel; GENERIC replacement watch part.
  • ALL items ship from TEXAS, USA.
  • 30-Day No Hassle Return Policy on all products; Satisfaction Guaranteed or your money back..
  • Imported from USA.
OYSTER BAND END PIECE FOR ROLEX SUBMARINER 16800 FAT SPRING BAR The item for sale is a pair (2 ) of brand new aftermarket replacement solid heavy end pieces with shiny center. They are made for the Rolex Submariner 16800 Oyster watch bands which take fat spring bars and 20mm lugs. These end pieces fit and look just like the original. They will fit your original spring bars. Most of the others sold online do not fit the original fat spring bars. They will work on Datejust, old and new Submariner, GMT, GMT II, Daytona, Explorer Yatchmaster or any other watch with 20mm end. These end pieces are made of high quality 316L stainless steel which is used in expensive watches like yours. They will match your watch like the original. Other Asian sellers use thin stainless steel which tends to fall apart in a short time from the pressure of daily wear and you end up losing your expensive watch. 100% stainless steel. You will get 1 pair ( 2 ) end piece. ALL BUYERS: PLEASE READ DESCRIPTION OF THE ITEM IS SUITABLE FOR YOUR WATCH BEFORE MAKING YOUR PURCHASE TO AVOID RETURN/EXCHANGE. If you re in any way dissatisfied, got the wrong item, or have any question with your purchase, please feel free to contact us via online messages and we will respond within 48 hours. We will try our best to resolve any issues you may have. We are committed to ensuring that you are completely satisfied with your purchase. There is no need to leave any feedback we are here to help. Be sure to check our detailed measurement guide below or in the photos/images section of the listing to assist you with purchasing the correct parts for your watch. The guide will show you how to measure the lug width opening of your watch using a ruler, how to check your model number, and assist you with other questions you may have regarding measurement.
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