Custom Stingray Straps for Panerai – one of the most enjoyable things for me about making custom watch straps is receiving great photos from happy customers showing off their newly arrived straps on their watches. Case in point:
Stingray strap for Meteorite Rolex Daytona – This is the second strap that I have done for my good customer John’s White Gold Meteorite dial Rolex Daytona Ref. 116509 and if anything,
Hi Strap lovers, These stunning photos of The Iconic Rolex Submariner Ref. 114060 (No Date) were kindly provided by my good customer Uwe. Rarely do I see a watch/strap combination that is so perfectly paired as this one. And, while I am blessed by receiving photos from
Hi strap lovers, I want to let you know that I have 4 straps in Stingray available for immediate purchase. These straps were completely handmade by myself in a larger production for a local watch store a couple of years ago, but never sold and so I am offering them here at a wholesale €266 each (Excluding VAT),
Dangerous9straps starting strap making way back in 2010, I have been an owner and fan of Bell & Ross and especially their BR02 model. You can view one of my earlier posts here featuring the above strap and some of my other early model straps for BR02 which have launched a thousand
Hi strap lovers, Here are a few photos sent by my good customer Stelios of his Grand Seiko SBGA211.
Hi strap lovers. This is a Custon Stingray watch strap that I had completed several months ago for a local customer’s Breguet 5207, giving me the opportunity to photograph it under
Hi strap lovers. I am very happy to announce that I can now offer straps with our ‘Thick Curved Lug System (TCLS) to provide an integrated fit between the lugs. The TCLS upgrade as become a real ‘Calling Card’ upgrade for us here at Dangerous9straps. This upgrade when combined with
Hi strap lovers. I have been gifted with so many wonderful photos from customers lately, I’m at a lost to know which to post first. Here are some photo that were recently sent to us by my friend and customer and well as colleague and the owner and creator of FineWatchBuckles.com. He has been wonderful to collaborate with over the years and in fact I have the great pleasure of offering some of his wonderful buckles
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.
Hi strap lovers. Row Stone Stingray is something we have offered for over a year now, but it seems to just be catching on as a material option with my customers recently. Here is a version that I just completed for a Bell & Ross BR02. This strap is done in black Row Stone Stingray and features a high shine finish
Hi strap lovers. We are happy to announce that we now offer Stingray with row stones. These hides are unique and expensive and make wonderful straps.
Dark Blue Polished Stingray on Rolex Submariner – Hi strap lovers. I wanted to share these photos of a Rolex Submariner Ref. 114060 ‘No Date’ paired with a custom dark Blue polished Stingray with the standard from tannery high shine finish.
Vintage Blue Stingray Vintage Bulova Tri-Calendar – Isolde Zondler, my in-law gave me her vintage Bulova Tri-Calendar that was in desperate need of an interesting strap. This is strap strap came up with: It’s vintage
Lime Stingray with Central Pearls for Panerai: Hi strap lovers, Lime Stingray with Central Pearls for Panerai: Here is a…
Stingray strap for Rolex Meteorite Daytona: Hi strap lovers. I wanted to share some great photos sent my…
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Hi strap lovers, here is a custom Dangerous9straps stingray strap that We had made a while ago for my good friend Simon’s AP Royal Oak. I’m no expert with AP watches, they’ve released so many of these in recent years that I can keep track of all the different model names and iterations.