Which leather for my orange Millemetri?

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    Which leather for my orange Millemetri?

    Hi guys, just picked up my first Anonimo - a Millemetri with an orange dial.

    Would like to pick up a new leather strap, something to dress the watch up a bit. Any suggestions? (photos much appreciated!).
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    Re: Which leather for my orange Millemetri?

    My personal choice would be crock or aligator strap
    with orange or black stiching.

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    Re: Which leather for my orange Millemetri?

    http://i958.photobucket.com/albums/a...7/e8efddd3.jpg

    Something like this will be nice.

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    Re: Which leather for my orange Millemetri?

    I had planned on buying an orange dialled Wayfarer and had Rich from Tosh Straps make me a dark brown leather strap with orange stitching, the deal fell through on the watch but I have the strap and it's gorgeous, hopefully one day I'll get round to that orange dialled 'Nimo...

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    Re: Which leather for my orange Millemetri?

    I agree, one of BJ's sharkskins with orange stitching is currently at the top of my list, although Toshi's strap look really nice.

    How do they compare to Heroic18 in quality?

    Any other suggestions?

    :thanks

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    Current Collection:

    * Anonimo Millimetri Drass * Certina DS PH200M * Halios Seaforth * Squale Onda Uva * Nodus Avalon * Marcello C Tridente


    Gone, but not Forgotten:

    * Eterna Heritage Super KonTiki LE 1973 * Squale 1521 * Borealis Cascais * Borealis Estoril 300 *Anonimo Millimetri 10th Anniversary * Sinn U1 * Doxa 750t Searambler * Stowa Pro Diver * Stowa Seatime * Anonimo Dino Zei Marinai d'Italia * Anonimo Millemetri Orange * Anonimo Sailor Diver * Halios Bluering * JOA PAM 111H Homage * Bathys Benthic MOP * Glycine Combat 7 Chronograph * Fortis B-42 GMT * Bathys Benthic Ti * Bathys 100 Fathoms * Benarus Moray Dart (42mm)* IWI Marine Diver GMT * Benarus Moray * Magrette Regattare Bronze * Marc & Sons MSD-044 * A ton of Seikos * And many more...

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    Re: Which leather for my orange Millemetri?

    Sharkfin... still sport, but cocodrile see this:

    Nelson

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