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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by gdl203, May 20, 2007.
Beautiful BP, Flake
waiting for rogerp to x-post.....
Very nice dual time BP!
I'm no tie and wear no-date timepiece this thursday
Okay stitchy - I'm think I posted this already but it was likely a zillion pages ago in this fast-moving thread.
H. Moser & Cie in 18k rose gold. My personal grail in a versatile dress watch:
awesome. great pics.
also, nice breguets and blancpains up thread. great stuff.
Quote:This is a lovely example. I really love gently sloping lugs.
Good point. $400 for a freaking Omega strap!?
Let's just say that the straps themselves aren't the problem... not a fan of the modern version of the company in general.
wearing this today...
I'm about to pull the trigger on a Stowa Antea KS41 but really stuck on the strap. I found the lower end straps from Stowa rather poor quality. I wonder also if the bracelet would be the better choice.
Any other Stowa owners out there who have experience with the bracelet, croc or napa straps? Are they worth the money. Any other Antea or Tangomat owners who can advise the best strap colour? Thinking maybe navy or DB for versatility.
Going with the JLC today. Incursion Edition.
Sorry double post.
Get the bracelet, and look for an after market strap afterwards. I wear mine on a color 8 cordovan strap (the Peseux KS version, not the 41mm)
Love this edition of the NSA. Looking great on you
I can't speak to the bracelets but the strap on my Marine was nothing to write home about. I put it in an aftermarket strap right away. Now the strap on my Nomos Ludwig is an entirely different story. If you might be interested in Nomos the cordovan straps are killer.
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