Hi Strap lovers. One of the best things about my business is the great feedback I often receive from my customers. They have consistently sent thanks for their custom straps and appreciation for the work, The great thing is it always seems to reach me when I’m having a tough week or other struggles and wonder if all the hard work is worth the effort. Then as if to rescue me from despairing, I will receive a note from a customer that often says something like ‘This is the best strap I have ever seen‘ or ‘Thanks so much for your beautiful craftsmanship, The results are totally worth the long wait time‘. Honestly, I can’t even tell you how much this great feedback and encouragement means to me. As an added benefit, they often attach photos of their watch and new Dangerous9strap. The fact that they take their time and go to the trouble never ceases to amaze me. So to all my customers that have taken the time and sent their thanks and lovely photos, I dedicate this post and send my deepest gratitude. Here are just a few of the wonderful photos I have received!
Brent’s BR01 Air Borne Diamonds:
Super Distress leather, Steel Grey French Linen Thread, and Double Skull Rivets at the lugs, Classic Nickle Roller buckle and Zulu style keeper:
Adzraai’s Jaeger LeCoultre Master Compressor Extreme World:
Complex OEM Rally style strap with padding and our ‘Thick Curved Lug System’ (TCLS) at the lugs for in integrated fit made from Black Shark skin, and ‘Outback’ Carbon Nubuck Kangaroo, stitched with Red and Steel Grey French Linen (This was a SUPER complex construction):
1944 Swiss Ammo strap with our ‘Fully Integrated Fit’ (FIF). Our Fully Integrated Fit (FIF) upgrade, includes our ‘Thick Curved Lug System’ (‘TCLS) for an integrated fit between the lugs as well as notching to bring the width of the strap to the outside line of the lugs and is then tapered back to 22mm wide at the buckle. This design was inspired by the Rubber-B straps for Rolex SDDS and is extremely challenging to accomplish in leather. Stitched with Olive Drab Irish linen thread: