Poll time for a new watch strap

View Poll Results: Would a dark brown strap w/ contrasting stitch look good on the Sinn 103 A?

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  • Yes

    5 22.73%
  • No

    8 36.36%
  • If yes, pic #1 (calfskin grain)

    7 31.82%
  • If yes, pic #2 (croco grain)

    2 9.09%

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    Ignore this poll..I forgot to do multiple choices. This can be deleted

    Would a dark brown leather strap w/ contrasting stitch look good on my Sinn 103 A?



    If yes, which one?

    1. A DeBeer Calfskin Grain Leather Sport Strap


    2. A DeBeer Croco Grain Strap in the dark brown
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    Re: Poll time for a new watch strap

    yesssssssssss :-D

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    Re: Poll time for a new watch strap








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    Thumbs Up Re: Poll time for a new watch strap

    Dark brown leather strap & 103 is a perfect match. I prefer calfskin better But if it'll be croco style, I like the first from the left

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    Re: Ignore this poll..I forgot to do multiple choices. This can be deleted

    Quote Originally Posted by thodgins
    Would a dark brown leather strap w/ contrasting stitch look good on my Sinn 103 A?



    If yes, which one?

    1. A DeBeer Calfskin Grain Leather Sport Strap


    2. A DeBeer Croco Grain Strap in the dark brown
    The Sinn dial is pretty busy, so I'd look for a strap that's as plain as possible. Tobacco brown (not burgundy) would be splendid, but without the contrasting stitching. Smooth surface, not croc. Perhaps a very finely grained pebbling.

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    Re: Poll time for a new watch strap

    IMHO the brown calf strap is perfect for this watch.

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