Id buy one in a heartbeat if so.
It’s already in the 58 bronze, so it could trickle down to the steel models. Otherwise next time you’re near a boutique, but the bronze. It’s an awesome watch.
You'd hope so. It's a revelation. But then again, Rolex haven't added the glide lock to all lines. The TFit is better than the easylink!
Tried this and it worked well. But the riveted bracelet is back on.
If it was me I'd try and snatch one on a strap for cheap and buy the Ranger bracelet which seems to fit. Removes the rivets as well.
Think I'm the only person on WC that likes the rivets.
Looking forward to taking the leap into Tudor with our without the T-fit clasp
I really dont mind the rivets at all.
The rivets are completely un-intrusive and an overblown issue, IMHO.
Same, waiting for a local AD to get in a Ranger so I can see it in the metal and take the plunge.
Yep, I was worried about them at first but you almost never notice or even see them unless you are really looking for them. Saved me the cost of buying a third party bracelet (of which there are many if it really bothers you). Wish there was a third party T-fit clasp.
One will come I'm sure.
The Tudor Oyster bracelets are comparative to Rolex IMHO.
I really don’t care about the rivets. Fine with or without
I'm assuming this is a Ranger's bracelet. Does the brushed finish of that bracelet clash with the polished sides of the case? Or do you never notice it when it's on the wrist anyway?P.S. I don't mind the rivets on the BB58's bracelet. I like them too but that T-Fit clasp is awesome.
Honestly not at all. You don't even notice. But I'm keeping the correct bracelets on each piece. Just feels right.