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Thread: New Strap for Moser Pioneer

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    Master
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    New Strap for Moser Pioneer

    The stock rubber strap on my Moser Pioneer is slightly too long for my scrawny wrists, so I’ve been wearing it on an old 22/22 Vintager “Naturo” strap. I think it works well, so I ordered a 22/20 - allowing me to use the Moser buckle.

    Just needs two years to get the color to mature...












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    That strap looks bomb proof...the buckle is a work of art .


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    I like it a lot.

    So now we have a clown, a midget and hysterical swivel-eyed loony bint presiding over the circus, what can possibly go wrong?

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    Lovely colour combo. That's quite a chunky strap - presume it doesn't overpower the watch when on the wrist.

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    sorry i love the watch but the strap isnt a good match imo.

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    Lovely watch and the matching buckle is great.

    A light coat of neatsfoot oil on the strap and a leaving it out in the sun for a while will darken it nicely.

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    Master
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    Quote Originally Posted by gcleminson View Post
    Lovely colour combo. That's quite a chunky strap - presume it doesn't overpower the watch when on the wrist.
    It's quite a chunky watch, so, at least in my opinion, there's no overpowering :)

    Cheers,

    simon

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    Fantastic look Simon suits the watch nicely, and what a watch as well.
    The depth of colour in the dial is definitely a Moser trait

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