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Continuing with my Explorer strap experiment, changed to this for the evening (old photo taken earlier in the week):
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Neil, is that 14270 or 114270 ??
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Railmaster today for a 3 and a half hour tour of the M25 :-x

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reggie747 wrote:Neil, is that 14270 or 114270 ??
It's the 114270 with 20mm lugs. The strap is a Hirsch accent.

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nbg wrote:
reggie747 wrote:Neil, is that 14270 or 114270 ??
It's the 114270 with 20mm lugs. The strap is a Hirsch accent.

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I'm thinking of getting the Hirsch Accent for the Shogun (or should I get the Pure) ?
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blowfish89 wrote:
nbg wrote:
reggie747 wrote:Neil, is that 14270 or 114270 ??
It's the 114270 with 20mm lugs. The strap is a Hirsch accent.

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I'm thinking of getting the Hirsch Accent for the Shogun (or should I get the Pure) ?
I don't have the Pure, but I think the textured pattern on the Accent works really well with a range of watches and can even look relatively "dressy" in terms of rubber straps.

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figured this would be a blur as choppy as the air was today :?

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blowfish89 wrote:
nbg wrote:
reggie747 wrote:Neil, is that 14270 or 114270 ??
It's the 114270 with 20mm lugs. The strap is a Hirsch accent.

Neil
I'm thinking of getting the Hirsch Accent for the Shogun (or should I get the Pure) ?
I love the Pure - there's beauty in simplicity. And it allows the watch to do the talking :)
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It'sAliveJim wrote:I love the Pure - there's beauty in simplicity. And it allows the watch to do the talking :)
Too late - I just ordered a black Accent. Maybe a Pure later in a bright red color for the Damasko (which totally goes against your policy lol).
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vikingdrvr wrote:figured this would be a blur as choppy as the air was today :?
I like the photo :thumbup:

Looks like Bellanca is banking left, but are you leveled?
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Korkki wrote:
vikingdrvr wrote:figured this would be a blur as choppy as the air was today :?
I like the photo :thumbup:

Looks like Bellanca is banking left, but are you leveled?
Thanks Korkki! As straight & level as the bumps allowed :lol:
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blowfish89 wrote:Shogun
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Love how this looks on the NATO.
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james80 wrote:Love how this looks on the NATO.
Thanks James. The UK has got the criteria for the best strap-makers covered. Timefactors Natos, Heuerville/DB10 rally straps, and Clarky's vintage straps.