Do you folks think Tudor is going to add T-Fit clasps on to their BB58 line anytime soon?

Id buy one in a heartbeat if so.

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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.

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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!

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Tried this and it worked well. But the riveted bracelet is back on. 

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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.

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MegaBob

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. 

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Looking forward to taking the leap into Tudor with our without the T-fit clasp 

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TimeCop

Think I'm the only person on WC that likes the rivets. 

I really dont mind the rivets at all.  

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The rivets are completely un-intrusive and an overblown issue, IMHO.

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watchobsessed

Looking forward to taking the leap into Tudor with our without the T-fit clasp 

Same, waiting for a local AD to get in a Ranger so I can see it in the metal and take the plunge.

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JBird7986

The rivets are completely un-intrusive and an overblown issue, IMHO.

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.  

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Rocketfan

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. 

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Jn30642

Same, waiting for a local AD to get in a Ranger so I can see it in the metal and take the plunge.

The Tudor Oyster bracelets are comparative to Rolex IMHO. 

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JBird7986

The rivets are completely un-intrusive and an overblown issue, IMHO.

I really don’t care about the rivets. Fine with or without

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TimeCop
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Tried this and it worked well. But the riveted bracelet is back on. 

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.

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miguelf

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.