This time round, I had the opportunity to try out and review some straps from watchbandit.com. In this post, I will review their Perlon straps which comes in 18mm, 20mm, 22mm and 24mm. I received five of these straps and this is the first time I actually tried a Perlon strap.
This time round I had the opportunity to try out a ballistic nylon Zulu strap by Vario.sg. This strap is available in several colours and comes in 20mm, 22mm and 24mm. Vario.sg also has a G-Shock adapter that makes the Zulu strap work with G-Shock watches.
This time round, I am looking at an interesting silicon NATO strap from cheapestnatostraps.com. This strap is made from soft silicon rubber and is available in several colours.
I received another batch of straps from cheapestnatostraps.com consisting of some silicon NATO straps and a pair of vintage inspired Tropic straps. I decided to review the Tropic strap first as this is a strap that I have never used before.
This time round, I had the opportunity to review a few vintage style leather straps from cheapestnatostraps.com, an online strap shop. These vintage style straps are handmade in Sweden and are characterized by their stitched lug end and buckle end, as well as a ‘V’ stitch at the tip of the strap.
Let’s take a look at the various models.
Doing another strap review for vario.sg and this time round I am looking at their latest Harris Tweed strap.
Tweed is a fabric that originated from Scotland more than one hundred and fifty years ago. It is made from wool and is handwoven by skilled weavers. Some Tweeds are named after the sheep that produced the wool or the region where they are produced while others are named by their design or by their specific brand names.