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    Re: Clover Straps

    Hey Patrik
    Thanks for this BEAUTIFUL strap. The feel of it is INCREDIBLE. Sorry I didn't post earlier but I was out of town for a few weeks. I absolutley love it. as a matter of a fact I would love another for my stein hart OVM in a distressed black sort of what comes on the new Tudor black bay
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    Looks great, I knew right away it will match the watch :)

    Thanks for sharing!

    Btw I got your email, I'll reply ;)

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    Re: Clover Straps

    2 more straps from Patrik (Clover Straps)

    (thank you so much Patrik! Still figuring out which will be my next order ;) )

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    Extremely comfortable, amazing quality, individual design, handcrafted, fair prices, awesome service!

    Romain
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    Thanks Romain, it has been a pleasure!
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    Re: Clover Straps

    Quote Originally Posted by ten13th View Post
    Not enough photos of this awesome combo!!!

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    I love this combo. Now that I have an EZM 3 I'm thinking about something similar. Possibly the same thing but in black leather. I'll give it some thought and let you know, Patrik.
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    Re: Clover Straps

    Quote Originally Posted by SteamJ View Post
    I love this combo. Now that I have an EZM 3 I'm thinking about something similar. Possibly the same thing but in black leather. I'll give it some thought and let you know, Patrik.
    Haha. :)

    More than happy to be a trailblazer for Sinn + Clover combos.
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    Re: Clover Straps

    Crazy, crazy thought here. As I said, I love this combo.

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    At the same time I was thinking that the EZM 3 might look good on a bund strap. What do you (being Patrik or the other readers of this thread) think about a strap like this as part of a bund strap? It would be kind of a rallye/bund hybrid. Crazy or might it work?

    Patrik?
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    Re: Clover Straps

    I don't know really...it could work.

    However, I would make the strap thinner and the whole bund strap fixed(straps non detachable from the bund), something in this style, straps stitched to the bund(I didn't make these, it's a pic from the universe):



    Personally, I don't like bund straps on thicker watches because they tend to be bulky. I think that with this, the bulky would be avoided.

    So a thinner bund, thinner straps, each flimsy on it's own but when stitched together they would be firm and thin enough....me thinks
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    Re: Clover Straps

    Quote Originally Posted by trikpa View Post
    I don't know really...it could work.

    However, I would make the strap thinner and the whole bund strap fixed(straps non detachable from the bund), something in this style, straps stitched to the bund(I didn't make these, it's a pic from the universe):



    Personally, I don't like bund straps on thicker watches because they tend to be bulky. I think that with this, the bulky would be avoided.

    So a thinner bund, thinner straps, each flimsy on it's own but when stitched together they would be firm and thin enough....me thinks
    I'm not sure if I'm fond of the bund stretching all the way down like that though. Could it be done in the fixed way you're talk about but in a traditional style with the more oval-ish shape to the bund? I also think I like the look of having the strap holder (or whatever you call the part of the bund that hold the strap) so maybe include that (even if it's fixed) and start the holes just below it? Also the EZM 3 is actually fairly thin at 13mm.

    Kind of like this Timefactors bund but with the rallye strap attachment.

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