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While you're at it. I think it'd be cool to add an option for 3 holes 3/4 inch instead of the regular 5 and 7. For that cleaner look 😊

For the regular belts? We already do for the Strats to allow the hole hiding. It can certainly be done if people want it as an option

Charlie
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I can certainly believe that the logic gets complex, whilst I mainly deal with insurance companies these days I did used to do a sideline with SMEs/start ups and some ironically were much more complex than people selling long term insurance policies. That said I've also chaired 3 hour arguments on the mathmatically appropriate number of pricing adjustments to use for A/B pricing testing between a statistician and actuary directors (thats 3 hours of my life I will never get back - the answer was 2 challenger prices)

Occasionally get an itch to get back into being hands on rather than just directing others, and certainly could do with a better belt/watch strap/wallet collection, but I would need to bring my front end skills up to date/ invest time (which I struggle to find) in finding an appropriate ecommerce core to build out from

Magneto seems to be the big hitter in the area at the moment, there are a gazillion platforms about though
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Magneto seems to be the big hitter in the area at the moment, there are a gazillion platforms about though

 

It is certainly one of the top 5. It is built in PHP though where as having come into programming from financial services my skills are in .Net as "back in the day" PHP wasnt considered suitable for corporations and so things were Java or microsoft technologies depending on if you were talking about mainframe systems or not.

 

Views have changed now but as programming was only ever a sideline for me I didnt take the time/effort to learn other languages as I had the luxury of being able to pick and choose clients so could decline those that wanted customisation based on PHP or Ruby solutions.

post #2674 of 2750
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For the regular belts? We already do for the Strats to allow the hole hiding. It can certainly be done if people want it as an option

Charlie

Yes for the regular stitched belts.
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Yes for the regular stitched belts.

It can certainly be done with them - not much margin for error but not a problem otherwise!

Charlie
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It can certainly be done with them - not much margin for error but not a problem otherwise!

Charlie

Yes I think a warning should be put next to the option but it's a nice touch to show that the belt is custom. Like those single buckle hole watch straps.
post #2677 of 2750
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Yes I think a warning should be put next to the option but it's a nice touch to show that the belt is custom. Like those single buckle hole watch straps.

We do those too!
post #2678 of 2750

Midnight bridle strap, Seiko 5. 

 

Gives it an extremely clean look in person. 

 

Up next upgrading my SARB Cocktail time. 


Edited by MSchapiro - 9/1/16 at 6:23pm
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I see "midnight strap on" beginning a post on a leather-related thread, and it only produces a picture of a watch. mad.gif
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Midnight strap on my Seiko 5. 

Gives it an extremely clean look in person. 

Up next upgrading my SARB Cocktail time. 

Midnight croc? 😉

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Midnight croc? 😉

Gold Barenia.

 

I have the SARX019 that comes with a glazed midnight croc

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Gold Barenia.

I have the SARX019 that comes with a glazed midnight croc

Similar straps applied to different watches. Same taste though.

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Similar straps applied to different watches. Same taste though.

I love that combo.

 

I have the SARX019 (midnight glazed croc), SARB Cocktail Time and SARX029 (black croc). Also a Seamaster on a dark brown croc grain. 

 

So though it would be a good idea to bring some tan into the mix as well as the blue on the Seiko 5.  

 

 

The enameled dial is beautiful, can't figure out why it is always so hard to photograph. 

post #2684 of 2750
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I love that combo.

I have the SARX019 (midnight glazed croc), SARB Cocktail Time and SARX029 (black croc). Also a Seamaster on a dark brown croc grain. 

So though it would be a good idea to bring some tan into the mix as well as the blue on the Seiko 5.  




The enameled dial is beautiful, can't figure out why it is always so hard to photograph. 

Like the blue croc - very classic
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Like the blue croc - very classic

Seiko does a good job with band selection. 

 

With that said my new Seiko 5 strap has made me realize what a huge difference there is in quality between my Equus strap and the stock Seiko straps, even on their higher end lines. 

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