Bas & Lokes Wentworth NATO on 1963 Omega Seamaster
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    Bas & Lokes Wentworth NATO on 1963 Omega Seamaster

    My vintage '63 Seamaster, which I have owned now for a few months has not only become my favourite watch in my small collection, but my favourite of all time! The Beads of Rice bracelet that came with it is unfortunately too small, and I'm looking into ordering a couple of links for it. Meantime, I had a lovely black Hirsch on it, but wanted something a bit different.

    For the first time on a website specializing in leather watch straps, I liked every single one that Bas & Lokes has. It was a tough decision. It was, however, a decision that I am more than pleased with. This is also the first strap I have ever ordered over the internet.

    Here are some pics with the new "Wentworth" vintage dark green Leather NATO:

















    Beautifully made, lovely brushed steel buckle as well. The large holes really suit the strap and also my watch.

    Thanks for looking.

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    Re: Bas & Lokes Wentworth NATO on 1963 Omega Seamaster

    Very rich, deep shade of green. Should compliment the patina on the dial nicely.
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    Re: Bas & Lokes Wentworth NATO on 1963 Omega Seamaster

    Beautiful watch and strap, those vintage Seamasters are easily one of my favorite watches. It'll look great when that strap gets some wear!

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