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Re: Seamaster and strap?
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I just put on a black strap that I had bought for my Moonie to see how it looked. It actually looks pretty good. I will order the blue one, but it will take about 3 weeks to get. I'm going to get the one with the deployant buckle!

Thanks and awesome website.


: I greatly prefer the blue strap on Seamasters with the blue dial. That is the
: way Omega sells it, too. You may be able to get away with a black strap
: because your steel bezel does not give your watch as much of a blue look
: as the blue bezel does.

: If you haven't seen it yet, there is a photo of a blue dial blue bezel
: Seamaster on the Omega blue sharkskin strap in the zOwie photo gallery.
: Follow the link below.

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