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    The blue strap has got to be put on. The colour is just wow.

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    First Post! Woot

    Anyways, long time lurker on this site. I just started my collection and one of my crown jewels is my FC330S6B6 with silver dial. Love this watch. Every time I wear it I find myself staring at it and admiring. From the smooth sweep of the second hand to the moon phase complication. Just a beautiful watch.

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    Spectacular watch! I got my wife a FC and she loves it!
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    Love my FC Classic Moonphase! Great work FC!
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    Re: Frederique Constant Classics Manufacture

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    FC710 with matt blue alligator Camille Fournet with the FC deployant. Standard black crococalf from FC and Golden brown ostrich Camille Fournet with CF buckle also used depending on the event.
    Fantastic strap! Thinking about having a look on Camille Fournet too!

    Are you able to change the strap yourself? I was told to bring it back to the AD and they will send it back to change it.

    Any advise is much appreciated.

    Here is my FC, any strap suggestions?



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    Quote Originally Posted by JasonLin View Post
    Fantastic strap! Thinking about having a look on Camille Fournet too!

    Are you able to change the strap yourself? I was told to bring it back to the AD and they will send it back to change it.

    Any advise is much appreciated.

    Here is my FC, any strap suggestions?
    Your AD will send a watch back to Frederique Constant for a strap change? I think you need to find an AD with a watchmaker on staff. Seriously, a strap change is pretty straightforward, particularly for leather straps. Bracelets can be a bit more a challenge, particularly if the endlinks are very precisely machined.
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    Re: Frederique Constant Classics Manufacture

    Quote Originally Posted by mleok View Post
    Your AD will send a watch back to Frederique Constant for a strap change? I think you need to find an AD with a watchmaker on staff. Seriously, a strap change is pretty straightforward, particularly for leather straps. Bracelets can be a bit more a challenge, particularly if the endlinks are very precisely machined.
    Yeah, thought it'd be more straight forward than that.

    If anyone has a good leather strap merchant / leather craft to recommend in Vancouver BC, please let me know. I'd love to some straps to change from time to time.

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