Militare Automatico 2010 strap? OEM or aftermarket

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    Militare Automatico 2010 strap? OEM or aftermarket

    Is aftermarket strap available for Militare Automatico 2010?
    Or where I can get OEM straps?

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    Re: Militare Automatico 2010 strap? OEM or aftermarket

    Not sure where you can get aftermarket straps for the Militare. But, you can try abouttime.com for OEM.
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    Re: Militare Automatico 2010 strap? OEM or aftermarket

    Toshi straps in the uk do fantastic work and can cater for the Militare. See a few threads down in this forum for some examples.
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    Re: Militare Automatico 2010 strap? OEM or aftermarket

    Any truly competent strap maker can custom make a strap to your specifications--Toshi is just one of many fine artisans available. They can make straps not only for the Militare but also the Dino Zei line, as well as the regular spec watches. There is a great list of strap makers in the Officine Panerai thread: https://forums.watchuseek.com/f75/str...st-230129.html
    I tend to shy away from the more expensive offerings on the list, as I have found that strap makers such as Toshi, Gunny, Kain Heritage, and a few more do just as good of a job, if not better, than some of those listed at two or three times the price.
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