As for gold, I have a hard time wearing gold at all. Iíve always worn silver jewelry as gold does not look great on me. Although... Lorier makes a good watch that is very appealing to me.
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I Find one of the most fun parts of watch collecting is finding the perfect strap for the watch. Sometimes I have to try several straps before I hit the perfect combo. Some of my watches still don't have their strap mate yet. So I keep buying and trying different straps.
One of the most rewarding things for me is when I find a strap I brought years ago that didn't go with a particular watch is a perfect match with the latest acquisition.
Also If I do find that perfect strap for a particular watch I'll sometimes go back and buy a couple more to keep with the watch as you never know if you'll be able to find them again in five or six years time.
It is a kind of madness I think.
So a £200 strap is better than a £60, which is in turn better than a £25 strap.
Straps co are okay, but I prefer Geckota.
I often never use the strap a watch comes with. Unless the watch is a genuine luxury priced affair, the strap is where they'll have saved money. Also I'll keep it pristine for reselling the watch.
Generally I'll prefer to put my taste straps onto a watch.
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