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    Seiko Orange Monster Ideas?

    I just recently purchased an Orange Monster and would like change out the bracelet for a strap. Does anyone have any ideas? Where to purchase? Pics of strap ideas would be most appreciated. Thanks in advance for the help folks.

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    Re: Seiko Orange Monster Ideas?

    I'll go for simplicity. My Black Monster on a 20mm Zulu.


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    Re: Seiko Orange Monster Ideas?

    Thats my OM:











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    Re: Seiko Orange Monster Ideas?

    These would look nice in orange monster http://www.watch-bands-straps-bracel...20mm_blac.html
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    Re: Seiko Orange Monster Ideas?

    I will take some pics tomorrow of my OM on a Di-Modell Chronisimo strap. I really looks like it is made for the watch and is very comfortable. It also gives a little more width to the strap than a typical 20mm strap does.

    Stay tuned, pics will be posted tomorrow.

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    Re: Seiko Orange Monster Ideas?

    Ocean 7 do a nice silicone strap at 24mm. I use one on my Seiko 7S26 diver. You don't need to cut it it squeezes nicely between the lugs.

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    Re: Seiko Orange Monster Ideas?

    I have done the same think with an OCEAN7 silicone strap on my SKX007, I will have to try it with the smaller 20mm lugs on the OM, seems like it would be an awfully tight fit.

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    Re: Seiko Orange Monster Ideas?

    I ordered an orange Zulu S-series strap for mine.

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    Re: Seiko Orange Monster Ideas?

    Here are some quick and dirty pics of my OM on Di-Modell Chronissimo, sorry it took so long to get them posted...







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    Re: Seiko Orange Monster Ideas?

    This was my favorite combo before I sold the watch. The Di-Modell Chronissimo is really sharp too!





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