strap: 20 mm?
strap: 20 mm?
This one is made by Phoenix
Rolex Explorer II 216570, Omega Speedmaster Pro 3570.50, Seiko Orange Boss SKA291P1, Casio G-Shock M5600
Both are very cool straps gents. I thought perhaps it was a Corvus but for some reason (I don't know my eyes may be playing tricks on me) the red piping seemed a touch lighter and brighter than the corvus.
I can't remember now, but I thought the straps shipped with the Kingston came from WUS member Aliasrichmond (look up his posts and search "Bond Strap"). I believe he also sells them on 'Bay, but don't know under what name. I did quite like his straps: they felt more like ribbon and less like plastic than some others, although he initially had too few holes in the strap for some and they were spaced too far apart to make comfortable adjustments for some. He had since fixed those issues, so I thought they were great. I believe I saw that the Corvus was a little thicker, a little heavier on the wrist, but I can't seem to find that thread (it's here somewhere).
Tudor 7928, Bunch of beat-up old Rolexes, MKII Custom Stingray 50, MKII LRRP, MKII TR-1000, MKII Kingston, Benrus Type I, Benrus Ultra-deep Super-compressor plus other super-Cs, 60's Zodiac Seawolfand Super Seawolf, Breitling Chronomat, ...
and lots of other vintage stuff.
Interesting. I will look up those posts. Thanks very much.
Here are the old and new aliasrichmonds. Newer version is on the left
Divers - Pre Sub Doxa 300m Dive Watch - Sub 300T Professional (US Divers) - Ocean7 LM-7 Ploprof - Ocean7 LM-7 Plorof Pro Titanium -Rolex 1665 SD-Rolex 1680 -Rolex 16610 Submariner -Seiko Professional 600m "Tuna" - Seiko Professional 300m "Tuna"- Tudor 9411/0 Snowflake/ Blue Dial - MKII Stingray 60 - MKII Kingston Gilt/non date - MKII Kingston MKII Gilt/Date
Others- Rolex GMT 16750 - IWC Calatrava - Ocean7 LM-5 GMT
Myla's Favorite's Doxa Sub 200 Coralline, Omega Seamaster 120 - Rolex Datejust 18k/SS - Chronosport Panther - Maurice Lacroix - Omega 14k Mesh
Great to see that the new straps have more (and better spaced) holes. This makes this strap perfectly adjustable.
Dive watches; not only for underwater
Stay tune as I am producing another (like the market needs another Bond strap, haha) RAF Bond strap but with a proper "Bond" style buckle. No one has been able to replicate the buckle used so I am working with a builder to get them out. Waiting for samples. Will post.
I have worn just about all the RAF Bond straps out there. I really hope mine comes out the way I want.
You guys see this? If you fast forward to the 1:15 marker and look closely you'll see Daniel Craig is wearing a bond strap (w/ proper colors) with a keeper.
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