Single Layer Seat Belt NATO by Vario.sg

This time round I had the opportunity to try out a seat belt NATO strap from vario.sg. This is a single layer strap rather the conventional double layer type. When installed, there is only one layer of nylon running under the watch.
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Soft Silicone Straps by Vario.sg

From left: olive green, coal black, fog grey, hickory brown, fire orange, navy blue, pewter grey, maya blue.

This time round, I had the opportunity to try out a new silicone strap from vario.sg. The strap is available in 20mm and 22mm and comes with an option of either polished stainless steel or matte black buckle. Most importantly, it comes in a variety of colours as you can see above.
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Ballistic Nylon Zulu Strap by Vario.sg

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.
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Eclipse Watch by Vario.sg

After reviewing the printed NATO and Harris Tweed straps by vario.sg in my previous posts, this time I had the opportunity to look at a watch that is designed by the company. This watch is called the Eclipse watch and is shipped with a quartz movement or a mechanical handwind movement.
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Harris Tweed Straps by vario.sg

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.

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Printed Nato Straps by Vario.sg

This time round I am featuring a few pieces of printed NATO straps by vario.sg, a online strap store that is based in Singapore. These straps are designed locally in Singapore and each design has a limited production of not more than 500 pieces. I have four pieces to try out but before we see them, let’s take a look at some of the features.

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