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    Re: My Solution for Nato Strap Storage

    Glad you guys are getting some good use out of this idea!

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    Re: My Solution for Nato Strap Storage

    Nice idea. I'm heading to my closest Walmart tomorrow.

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    Re: My Solution for Nato Strap Storage

    The little compartments work with storing bracelets too.



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    Re: My Solution for Nato Strap Storage

    I like this, would be getting mine soonest.

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    WOW!! you guys are so organized, I wish I had that same kind of organizational skills, all I have is a massive plastic tote and I dump them all in that or I should say I place them carefully Oh crap no I don't dump is the correct word ha ha!
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    Re: My Solution for Nato Strap Storage

    I have a table top 3 drawer piece and have jewelry inserts in it. But It starts to get silly after a while anyways. But I love the idea a lot! Thanks for the awesome tip!

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    Re: My Solution for Nato Strap Storage

    Fantastic idea..... THANK YOU!!!!

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    Re: My Solution for Nato Strap Storage

    I've been pleased with the set of 5 I bought. I labeled them for my primary sizes (18, 20, and 22mm), use one for oddball sizes that I only have a few of (19, 16mm, whatever) as well as bracelet links, and use the last as a parts tray when working on movements.

    It really makes strap changes quick and easy, especially because I have the pins sorted out as well.

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