SuperMatte Teju Lizard Strap for Omega Seamaster:
SuperMatte Teju Lizard Strap for Omega Seamaster Professional 300m – Hello strap lovers, I am happy to share these photos of my good custom Donald’s amazing-looking Omega Seamaster mounted to his newly arrived strap. Made from our SuperMatte Carbon Black Teju Lizard, this strap features padding at the lugs and out exclusive ‘Thick Curved Lug System’ (TCLS), to provide the watch an integrated fitment. This strap was hand saddle stitched with our black French-mill linen thread and with added red accent stitching at the lugs, which I think adds just the right amount of ‘Pop”. This strap also benefits from our SuperExotic lining upgrade – here with SuperMatte Teju Lizard in Red. This lining is both extremely durable (the SuperMatte finish is extremely moisture resistant) and very cool looking
Make to fit your unbranded Omega Style Inner-fold deployant clasp (we have also had them made up with our ‘D9‘ logo). I will say that until I had tried these clasps, I was personally never a deployant clasp guy, as I generally do not find them comfortable. However, this inner fold clasp is by far more comfortable than any that I’ve worn due to the fact that very little metal is actually in contact with the wrist and it’s much more streamlined, given that no keeper loops are necessary.
If in addition to the photos here, you would like to read further details about some of the many straps I have made for the Omega Seamaster over the years, please follow this link to a blog page relating to Straps for Omega Seamaster.
If you would like to see and read more about our SuperMatte Carbon Teju Lizard, please follow this link to a list of blog posts dedicated to straps made from SuperMatte Carbon Black Teju Lizard straps by Dangerous9straps
If you would like me to build this strap for your Omega Seamaster or any other watch, please don’t hesitate to contact me right away to begin your custom strap consultation. You are always welcome to e-mail me at Dangerous9straps@gmail.com or simply click on the contact button at the top of this blog and complete the brief contact form and I will get back to you right away. I would be happy to hear from you!