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    Doxa bracelet repair

    Found a set of springs for the Doxa bracelet. Works perfect now ☺



    Peace,
    Preston

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    The Dude Abides Nokie's Avatar
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    Love the combo of links and chain nail.
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    Very nice! Where did you find the springs?
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    What did the cat do to you to get taken off your avatar??

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    I took them out of an expansion link bracelet. The links look like a regular bracelet with a folding clasp but each link section has a large double z spring in it so it can flex or expand when needed to.



    This is the only pic I have of it.

    Peace,
    Preston

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    Quote Originally Posted by Domo View Post
    What did the cat do to you to get taken off your avatar??
    I couldn't see an avatar on my end so I put the Pulsar up.

    Peace,
    Preston

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