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    * the show off new straps thread *

    Many of us love switching out straps. I spend a lot of time trying to find the perfect match for a watch. It's a weird ocd tick of mine . So when the mailman came by today with what I think is the perfect strap for my Sinn I had to post about it.






    So for me it's a good fit because it's leather and has a matching pvd deployant. I love deployant buckles very much

    Let's see your new straps!


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    Dan :: Ball/ Benarus/ Boschett/ Damasko/ Doxa/ IWC/ Longines/ Omega/ Precista/ Rolex/ Seiko/ Sinn/ Tudor/ Tutima.

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    Personally, I'd still prefer it on the bracelet; but that doesn't look too shabby at all
    I guess it's a bit of best of both with the clasp
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    Very nice. Is that a Miltat strap?
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    Yes it is


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    Dan :: Ball/ Benarus/ Boschett/ Damasko/ Doxa/ IWC/ Longines/ Omega/ Precista/ Rolex/ Seiko/ Sinn/ Tudor/ Tutima.

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    Nice. And it pairs very well with your Sinn.

    I am just too lazy to consider strap change. The more important reason, though, I am very clumsy. So short of leaving unsightly dents/ marks on my watches, I stick to what comes with it.


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    I want to participate... but i'm lack of straps...

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    This is the last one I got... I already have a brown and a tan leather strap for the Supermarine, and I really wanted something different. I'm digging this (plus I can use the strap on the Sinn 857 UTC too!):







    Strap was handmade by Stewart (Heuerville in various watch forums). It's a new style he's trying, I believe this is his second on third full stitched strap. This is the other strap I have from him right now. He's my favorite leather strap maker:



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    Left a Russian Ammo strap from Yuran and a strap from a gentlemen on HF


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    Just got this camo strap from my Explorer, I like it!
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    Within the last month:

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    I've been busy buying straps.

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