Citizilla adapaters my experience

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    Citizilla adapaters my experience

    Almost did not buy because of other reviewers who stated problems with too long of a gap between the case and the attach screw. Glad I took a chance. The adapter was very reasonably priced, the shipping was cheap and quick, the packaging was excellent. It arrived and I started playing "male Barbie Doll dressing" on my Zilla. Not sure what others were trying to mount. Most of my straps fit just fine (if anything a little tight) since I like to make mine with THICK leather. Love the product, now the zilla lays flat when I take it off and lay it on a table, with the OEM strap it rolled on it's side like a dead whale. This product has saved my Zilla from being a catch and release (like my Planet orient was). A watch must have a comfortable good looking band to gain wrist time in my rotation. This fits the bill just fine. And as Solar powered does not demand undue attention like my kinetics and automatics do. Thanks Citizilla you have one happy customer.

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    Re: Citizilla adapaters my experience

    Pictures?
    "Either he's dead or my watch has stopped"
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    You should be aware not to ask for pictures from me, I love to share my work and my watches. The first two are the Zilla (with Citizilla adapter with an oil tanned minimalist strap I whipped up because the black veg tanned leather was taking too long. The last two are of a very inexpensive leather NATO I bought a couple of weeks ago (because of the distressed leather). I just think it is the "right" look should I make this my weekend watch. However that is presently being performed by my Citizen Eco E168-S016525 (with another distressed leather NATO band).

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