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Nike triax speed WR0082 regular

My strap broke on this watch. It's almost new. Bought it from a reputable seller on eBay. Glue didn't work; it wasn't super glue but some kind of craft glue that was described "super strong."

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  • Morwen Mar 30, 2008

    My strap broke on an almost new Triax watch. The official repair couldn't fix it, so they got me a new one, which also broke shortly after but in a different way. I can't belive that it's so hard to make a decent plastic strap or fix some kind of cheap replacement.

  • babysinsky May 05, 2008

    almost new Nike WR0082-001 has been replaced due to strap breaking where it joins the watch. Now it just broke again. I worry I'll loose it one of these times. I'm hoping it will still be covered under warranty.

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You must Re-Link the SDM pod to the watch after changing the battery. Go to the link below, It's not the exact model, but, should work, if not, go to www.nike.com and download the manual for your model.
GOOD LUCK
http://www.nike.com/timing/extranet/product/triax_elite/elite_manual_eng.pdf

Posted on Feb 17, 2008

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