Seat Belt Nato straps by watchbandit.com

This time round, I had the opportunity to try out a quality NATO strap by watchbandit.com. It is made with the same kind of nylon that is used to make seat belts. I received three colour variants – military green, blue and black/grey or “bond style” as some of us call it. Let’s take a look at them.
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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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Strap Review: Straps from Strapsco.com

This time round I am reviewing a few straps that are sponsored by https://strapsco.com. Strapsco is an online shop that specializes in watch straps. The straps are shipped to me from the United States. Let’s take a look.

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Seiko Presage Chronograph – SRQ025J

It has been a while. This time round, I am reviewing a Seiko Presage chronograph that I bought in February 2018. This is an international edition with model number SRQ025J. I believe it is the same watch as the SARK011 in the Japanese market.
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Perlon Straps by Watchbandit.com

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.
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Unauthorized Use of My Watch Pictures

I have taken many watch photos over the years and many of them have been shared on the Internet. I welcome people to share my pictures on watch forums, social media sites and other sites of non-sales nature. You don’t have to ask me for permission as long as you use them for the purpose of sharing information/picture and promoting the watch collecting hobby. Anything that is considered “fair use” is fine with me and I appreciate if you give credit when you use the pictures.

There are some commercial watch sellers who use my photos to sell their watches without asking me. This is infringement of intellectual property rights. I spend great effort to take pictures and Why should they use my work to make money? Here, I will show you some examples.
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