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domecurb
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Saturday 7th January

on Sat Jan 07 2017, 11:26
this one is feeling neglected

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Re: Saturday 7th January

on Sat Jan 07 2017, 11:53
Time to look through my straps and find a better one for this or failing that try to make a leather one

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Re: Saturday 7th January

on Sat Jan 07 2017, 12:17
domecurb wrote:this one is feeling neglected


Fantastic watch and love the LED technology.

This early 1940s Air Ministry issue Omega for me today with its cal 30T2SC movement.

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Re: Saturday 7th January

on Sat Jan 07 2017, 12:26
SeikoJohn wrote:Time to look through my straps and find a better one for this or failing that try to make a leather one

A red leather strap with black stitching might work or black leather with red or white stitching would be more subtle. I don't automatically think about brown leather for a black dial watch though must admit when I see it, it does work really well. That's a lovely watch and would probably suit most permutations of style / colour. Very Happy
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Re: Saturday 7th January

on Sat Jan 07 2017, 13:00
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SeikoJohn wrote:Time to look through my straps and find a better one for this or failing that try to make a leather one

A red leather strap with black stitching might work or black leather with red or white stitching would be more subtle. I don't automatically think about brown leather for a black dial watch though must admit when I see it, it does work really well. That's a lovely watch and would probably suit most permutations of style / colour. Very Happy

as a dive watch i have to say bracelet or rubber, although it would suit leather [  thick vintage brown Razz ] i cant get my head around leather and water scratch , but then its not my watch so who cares what i think lol!
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Re: Saturday 7th January

on Sat Jan 07 2017, 13:11
Might just have one here to suit it ... didnt realise I had so many

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Re: Saturday 7th January

on Sat Jan 07 2017, 13:17
SeikoJohn wrote:Might just have one here to suit it ... didnt realise I had so many

this is how the hoard starts: " i didnt know i had so many" lol!

i spy a nice thick brown one needing stitching Wink
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Re: Saturday 7th January

on Sat Jan 07 2017, 13:31
Rather than hijack the Saturday thread I have started a new thread here http://thewatch-clockforum.forumotion.co.uk/t370-which-strap-suits-the-watch#2820

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