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    Re: Show your Mühle-Glashütte

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    UTS MUNCHEN Glashuette ORIGINAL LEHMANN
    NOMOS GLASHUETTE MORITZ GROSSMANN BENZINGER
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    Got my 29er big over 6 months ago and just now posting a pic (shame on me).

    Love the watch and how I can wear in both formal work settings and with a t-shirt and jeans. It's kind of like a dressy diver in that way.

    I'm thinking of getting a black Horween shell cordovan strap with red stitching for it. Any Muhle owners out there have pics on shell cordovan straps to share? And if anyone has experiences to share with strap makers who work with it, love to hear 'em.

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    Re: Show your Mühle-Glashütte

    Quote Originally Posted by domalley3 View Post


    Got my 29er big over 6 months ago and just now posting a pic (shame on me).

    Love the watch and how I can wear in both formal work settings and with a t-shirt and jeans. It's kind of like a dressy diver in that way.

    I'm thinking of getting a black Horween shell cordovan strap with red stitching for it. Any Muhle owners out there have pics on shell cordovan straps to share? And if anyone has experiences to share with strap makers who work with it, love to hear 'em.

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    Nice looking watch. Keep in mind that most shell cordovan straps are quite thin and may not be well suited to the 29er Big, which has a somewhat chunky case. I think other thicker Horween leathers would work better. On my old Muhle Terrasport I briefly used a Nomos shell cordovan strap, and even on that watch (which was not as thick as the 29er), the strap seemed a bit thin to me. Can't beat the shell cordovan for durability and comfort though.

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    You know, I've been worried about a shell cordovan strap being too thin for it and reading your response, think it's probably an issue. I love the look and durability of SC so I'm wondering if I could get a two layer one made that would work. Or just take the bucket of money required for a SC strap and buy two others nice leather straps that together last the same amount of time...

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    Re: Show your Mühle-Glashütte

    Quote Originally Posted by domalley3 View Post
    You know, I've been worried about a shell cordovan strap being too thin for it and reading your response, think it's probably an issue. I love the look and durability of SC so I'm wondering if I could get a two layer one made that would work. Or just take the bucket of money required for a SC strap and buy two others nice leather straps that together last the same amount of time...

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    You may want to take a look at strap makers Europelli and Greg Stevens. Looks like they might have thicker Horween shell cordovan, though you will have to contact them to clarify. I assume thicker shell cordovan straps use a leather lining, which in my mind sort of defeats the purpose of the durability of shell cordovan, as a leather-lined strap will presumably only last as long as its lining. In any case, hopefully the experts can enlighten you. If you decide against shell cordovan, I've been very happy with my straps from Bas & Lokes (Sydney) and Combat Straps (Montreal). And there are countless other custom strap makers, including Strapsmith, Dangerous9, etc., some more pricey than others of course. Hope you find a good solution.

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    Re: Show your Mühle-Glashütte

    The Terranaut looks good. I like the colors.

    I have the same problem trying to get the camera to focus
    on the watch. I take several photos to get one, maybe.
    Sometimes I have to throw them all away.


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