Wrist watch Straps and Buckle links - Courtesy of our Members


Re: Wrist watch Straps and Buckle links - Courtesy of our Members

Postby Mark1 » January 17th 2011, 8:40am

I ordered some buckles the other day from Panatime. Had some issues finding many other vendors so thanks Noob. I would also add Watchprince to the list. Their retail store is in Portland, but they mostly do internet sales-good people, reasonable prices there.

http://www.thewatchprince.com/

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Re: Wrist watch Straps and Buckle links - Courtesy of our Members

Postby Bourbon City » January 17th 2011, 12:56pm

My friend, Richard Beard (aka Toshi) across the big pond makes some very nice straps. I have three myself.

http://www.toshi-straps.co.uk/

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Postby timc. » January 17th 2011, 4:14pm

bradystraps.com they're out of old lyme ct. straps made from sail cloth. I recently got one for my tissot prc200
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Re: Wrist watch Straps and Buckle links - Courtesy of our Members

Postby jaw » June 2nd 2011, 4:56pm

Mark1 wrote:I ordered some buckles the other day from Panatime. Had some issues finding many other vendors so thanks Noob. I would also add Watchprince to the list. Their retail store is in Portland, but they mostly do internet sales-good people, reasonable prices there.

http://www.thewatchprince.com/



Yep good people.
FYI: They have closed their walk-in retail business - Now Online Sales only.
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Postby chuckf1 » January 14th 2012, 4:40am

I'd like to add the Australian strapmakers, Bas and Lokes. I have one of their straps and it's really very nice.
http://www.basandlokes.com/
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Postby Panfan » January 14th 2012, 3:58pm

Simona DeStefano,,,,my favorite but expensive....excellent for panerai fans.
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Postby koimaster » January 20th 2012, 11:05pm

True Hand made in Germany Jürgens custom's

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Re: Wrist watch Straps and Buckle links - Courtesy of our Members

Postby Richt2k » January 21st 2012, 4:37am

I would add crown and buckle to the list, despite their affiliation with WTF.
http://www.crownandbuckle.com/
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Postby Und3rground » September 7th 2012, 10:53pm

Check out Maddog Straps you will have to translate. http://www.maddog-straps.com/ There are a few good looking straps and buckles.
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