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Old 11 October 2021, 04:46 AM   #1
Baco Noir
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UTE Sambolo 2-piece strap

Trying out the new UTE Sambolo 2-piece strap sold through Hodinkee. ToxicNATOs got caught up in the lawsuit by the guy who somehow trademarked NATO and changed to UTE Watch company but then decided to close up shop for direct sales and work with Hodinkee for distribution to a wider audience.

For a small strap, it came in a huge box.










The two-piece design eliminates the extra fabric between the watch and wrist that makes NATOs sit high on the wrist and the adjustable tail piece lets you adjust the overall length.

My initial impression is a good one. It has the NATO look, sits right on the wrist for a low profile and is highly adjustable with the tail piece.
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Old 17 October 2021, 12:03 AM   #2
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Have to try one of these, thanks for posting
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