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PostPosted: Mon Mar 12, 2012 12:30 pm 
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Here we go, a new pair of socks for my bride. Received last week from HK :

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The Result :

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Top quality !!!

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PostPosted: Tue Mar 13, 2012 3:35 pm 
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Very nice strap and of course the watch too!

you have taken the photos well with the right use of lens and most importantly the right aperture for depth of field...

I have ordered a couple of straps from Greg Stevens, hope my 359 could have a nice strap very soon... :)

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PostPosted: Tue Mar 13, 2012 6:12 pm 
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H18 is good stuff. GSD makes good stuff too!

I've been rocking my Kaktus strap and my D9 strap lately. Got a new one in from Orijinworks in Indonesia.. $50 for a strap. Hand dyed, and very soft and supple. Probably the best $50 strap I've owned.


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PostPosted: Wed Mar 14, 2012 4:37 am 
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paneraisource wrote:
H18 is good stuff. GSD makes good stuff too!

I've been rocking my Kaktus strap and my D9 strap lately. Got a new one in from Orijinworks in Indonesia.. $50 for a strap. Hand dyed, and very soft and supple. Probably the best $50 strap I've owned.


Thanks for your assurance :) Seriously, I cant wait to change my strap since I do not really like the black leather strap that comes with my 359... Please continue to review more straps so that we could have more options :)

Thanks for the good work in organising this forum and making it a friendly place to chit chat...

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PostPosted: Mon Mar 26, 2012 6:54 am 
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Dunus wrote:
paneraisource wrote:
H18 is good stuff. GSD makes good stuff too!

I've been rocking my Kaktus strap and my D9 strap lately. Got a new one in from Orijinworks in Indonesia.. $50 for a strap. Hand dyed, and very soft and supple. Probably the best $50 strap I've owned.


Thanks for your assurance :) Seriously, I cant wait to change my strap since I do not really like the black leather strap that comes with my 359... Please continue to review more straps so that we could have more options :)

Thanks for the good work in organising this forum and making it a friendly place to chit chat...


I'm glad you enjoy the reviews! I will be posting an Orijinworks review as well as upcoming reviews for Daluca's new Horween Shell Cordovan Nato straps and ones from a new company called Saxon Verreno.


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Not my kind of buckle but i like the look of the leather 8-)


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hi Alex, nice strap U got there. Can U pls let me know where to order the same strap? Many thks.. AudiTTS


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PostPosted: Thu May 10, 2012 6:19 pm 
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For some reason "socks" and "bride" doesn't strike a sexy connotation LOL

that and calling your watch your bride makes me hope that strap's waterproof haha

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