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Re: Footycrazy straps

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^^^^^ The strap that AVO has reminds me of a Hirsch Liberty. Makes sense, as IIRC Graham was a fan of the Liberty and often used to wear one with his Ranger. :thumbup:

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Great combo there Steve !
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Thanks alot chap,s i really appreciate all the comments. My straps are getting better and easier with every one i make.

Neil, amazing that you can remember the Ranger being on the Hirsch Liberty. :clap:

Just a few pics of my Panerai & Silverstone trying on my straps i made this week.

24-22mm Black with white thread.
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24-22mm Black with Coffee Thread
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22mm Blue Waxed Thread
24mm Light Grey Waxed Thread
24mm White Waxed Thread
24mm Black Waxed Thread

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24mm-22mm Tan
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24mm-22mm Chestnut Brown
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20mm - 18mm Black with Red
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20-18mm Vintage Tan / White
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I also have a Blue and Green exotic skin type which was what started it.

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ThIs is a 18-14mm Brown suede for my '69' JLC

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Those black ones with the tooling look very nice indeed, Graham.

After 10 days the chestnut strap on my Speedy is wearing in beautifully. :thumbup:
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Graham, you've got some lovely looking straps and materials there. I need to think which watch deserves a what.....
C60 MKI COSC black, MKI black GMT,
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footycrazy wrote:They all look good but the vintage tan looks great to me Image

Thanks for the plug.

Here is a few others i have made so far.

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Graham, number five from the end, black leather red stitcing: I'm visualising that on my C60. What colour is the lining please?

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C60 MKI COSC black, MKI black GMT,
C60 300 white,
C60 MKII Day Date LE, GMT White, LE SH21 x2, ACAN, Bronze Ombre LE,
C60 MKIII Ombre COSC, Elite 1000 GMT,
C6 Kingfisher x4,
C60 K'fisher
C600 Tritech x 3,
C65 Anthropocene. Blue h/w,
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Pm,d you Pete. :thumbup:
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Bought another strap from Graham :thumbup:
...and very happy indeed :D
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Nice one here too.

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For reference, the strap is one of these (photo taken from @Footycrazy's for sale topic).

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I like that Guy ^^^
Nice one Graham.
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Bahnstormer_vRS wrote:
Sun Feb 09, 2020 6:29 pm
Nice one here too.

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That looks great Guy, great work Graham.
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My latest acquisition from @footycrazy

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I've purchased two custom straps from Graham and have received flawless service and strap quality from him! Both shipped to Canada quickly and well packaged. I received them in a nice tissue wrapping that was inside a padded shipping envelope.

I asked Graham if he could make me an XL strap in a Tea Green colour to emulate one I've seen on a discontinued Panerai Radiomir model. Graham absolutely delivered and went above and beyond to custom make exactly what I was searching for !!! The strap is extremely well made and the length is perfect with the pin and buckle in the middle hole.

HIGHLY recommend Footycrazy-straps!

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Another great strap from footycrazy to replace the original Oris strap that I reacted badly to, I got a rash. I must be allergic to Roebuck.

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Well I said "use your imagination and surprise me".
This won't be everyones cup of tea but I absolutely bl*#dy love it. Glam meets retro racing!
Amazing service, craftmanship and turnaround from Graham and it doesn't look like it came from a factory.
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