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    Strap Help

    So I just got this Teutonia II Chronometer (my first watch to cost more than $200). It is fantastic! The strap, however, is a little big at the smallest setting. Could anyone recommend a strap of similar quality?
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    Re: Strap Help

    Some manufacturers like Hirsch offer straps in shorter lenght. Check for example these: https://www.watchobsession.co.uk/col...aps/110mm-70mm
    If you want exactly the same strap you could ask Mühle if they sell a shorter version or which strap company provides their straps and ask them. Probably the easiest way would be punching an extra hole to the strap - watchmaker or shoemaker can do it for you.
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    Re: Strap Help

    Kaufmann XS
    Fluco XS
    Hirsch XS

    All offer a huge variety of straps.
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    Re: Strap Help

    +1 for a Fluco.

    Try watchbandcenter.com

    They carry a great selection of XS type straps.
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    Re: Strap Help

    Quote Originally Posted by Sasropakis View Post
    Some manufacturers like Hirsch offer straps in shorter lenght. Check for example these: https://www.watchobsession.co.uk/col...aps/110mm-70mm
    If you want exactly the same strap you could ask Mühle if they sell a shorter version or which strap company provides their straps and ask them. Probably the easiest way would be punching an extra hole to the strap - watchmaker or shoemaker can do it for you.
    I second Hirsch. They're expensive, but very nice.

    Alternatively, you could maybe email Mühle themselves using the email address found here: https://www.muehle-glashuette.de/en/...uette/service/

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