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    Nice to have options!

    Besides the beads of rice bracelet and the ISOfrane strap I now have these three Natos to strap onto the Sharkie! I love having options!





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    Re: Nice to have options!

    Love that Orange Patrick!

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    Re: Nice to have options!

    Quote Originally Posted by demer03 View Post
    Love that Orange Patrick!

    Me too, where did you get it?
    I have the DOXA orange rubber band on my 1200T. It looks great but it's too stiff and it gets dirty. It doesn't clean up worth a damn.
    I don't have grandkids yet....so let me tell you about my watch!

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    Re: Nice to have options!

    Are the natos really that thinner compared with a zulu?
    I'm currently wearing mine on a zulu s-series strap.
    I want to get a orange strap next but, I'm still undecided between a nato or a zulu.



    PS: I don't know where romeo got the straps but broadarrow.net is a good place to shop for zulu/nato straps.
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    Re: Nice to have options!

    Quote Originally Posted by jay.scratch View Post
    Are the natos really that thinner compared with a zulu?
    I'm currently wearing mine on a zulu s-series strap.
    I want to get a orange strap next but, I'm still undecided between a nato or a zulu.



    PS: I don't know where romeo got the straps but broadarrow.net is a good place to shop for zulu/nato straps.
    Where did you buy this Zulu ?

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    Re: Nice to have options!

    Quote Originally Posted by WS72 View Post
    Where did you buy this Zulu ?
    Check my post again

    Direct link to the straps >> http://www.broadarrow.net/maratac.htm
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    Re: Nice to have options!

    Quote Originally Posted by jay.scratch View Post
    Are the natos really that thinner compared with a zulu?
    I'm currently wearing mine on a zulu s-series strap.
    I want to get a orange strap next but, I'm still undecided between a nato or a zulu.



    PS: I don't know where romeo got the straps but broadarrow.net is a good place to shop for zulu/nato straps.
    The NATOs are slightly thinner and have a different weave and a more slippery feel. The fabric itself isn't a huge deal for me, but the main reason I prefer Zulus is that the buckles are much thicker and nicer. On the NATO the buckles are thinner and feel cheap - not so on the Zulus.

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    Re: Nice to have options!

    yeah, maybe I will stick with the zulus
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    Re: Nice to have options!

    Quote Originally Posted by jay.scratch View Post
    Check my post again

    Direct link to the straps >> http://www.broadarrow.net/maratac.htm
    :oops: Thanks !!

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    Re: Nice to have options!

    Quote Originally Posted by Lancair View Post
    The NATOs are slightly thinner and have a different weave and a more slippery feel. The fabric itself isn't a huge deal for me, but the main reason I prefer Zulus is that the buckles are much thicker and nicer. On the NATO the buckles are thinner and feel cheap - not so on the Zulus.
    It's a matter of preference...different strokes for different folks. I prefer the slimmer profile of the Nato hardware.
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