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One of the very best NSA Swiss bracelets ever made to carry a large chronograph or divers watch. Posted here exclusively on CT for a few days. I see this on something like a big square case Favre-Leuba Deep Blue or Sea Sky chronograph. This is the original style that also came on Heuer Montreal Bellof models. The peaked shape links are unusual in that they have two stages; regular NSA 18mm wide links on either side of the clasp segueing to sections of thick, flared links. This construction makes the band very comfortable and it provides a perfectly smooth transition to some of the massive 1970s watches that are the most challenging to strap with steel. One of the original NSA Heuer Silverstone bands was built with the wider links like this at the end. The last link flares to 28mm wide. Band is shown with 24mm wide ends. You can request the ends in 20mm or 22mm.
This is a lightly used band made by NSA Novavit SA in Switzerland in the 1960s/70s. Measures 6 1/4 inches (16.2cm) long. The 18mm wide links on either side of the spring-loaded clasp are removable with simple nail-type pins for micro-adjustment for a perfect fit.
Price is $895.
SHIPPING: U.S. buyer pays $12.99 for Priority shipping. International buyers pay $65 for EMS Express or $115 for FedEx.
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Thanks and regards – Bill Mahoney (Squinky)
Please browse the NSA Swiss Band section at Squinky.com with nearly 150 bracelets and NSA parts offerings.