Green Perlon Watch Strap & Nato Strap

green perlon watch strap
green perlon watch strap

 Description 


Produce the braided perlon strap, Green Perlon Watch Strap provided size in 16mm to 24mm with deployment buckle option: silver, gold, rose gold and black. Various perlon colors are chosen from dark olive, green, olive green, black, navy blue…
The nylon thick 1.2-1.5mm suits to army watch and Rolex watch.
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Item No.: EC-019

Price: $1.9-$2.9

MOQ: 50pcs per color


 Green Perlon Watch Strap Nato 

Brand OEM/ODM
Material Nylon(perlon)
Type Nato/Zulu/Two piece
Size 18/20/22mm
Color Green
MOQ 50pcs per color
Payment term TT/PAYPAL/WESTERN UNION
Delivery Time 20-30days
7 days 7 days
Buckle 304 Stainless Steel (silver, gold, rose gold, black, brushed, matt) or custom 316L Hardware
Feature Washable and durable For any watch

Why the nato and Zulu straps are the best?

You know it’s very rare that we see inside the protect Felipe factory. So it’s really cool, illogical. I’ll leave a link in the description. So go check it out. Definitely worth taking a look at if you’re interested in uh, hot here, ology anyway. So tally bally have let’s roll the intro and get into the day’s video.

I’m going to be discussing my top five reasons why I think Nato and Zulu straps are the best type of strap you can weigh your watch on. Now of course, before I get into this video, i’m still wearing the flighty. I’ve just been really enjoying it and it fell out favor for a little while and now it’s back. I just I don’t know there’s something about it that just keeps pulling me back. It is one of the most affordable timepieces in my collection, but I just love it looks, I love its features and it’s just the ever dependable flighty. So there you go. And of course, because I’m discussing uh, nato Zulu straps, I’ve got it on a grey nato. Without further ado, let’s uh, get into this subject. First. A little bit of background on the nato strap is first introduced by the British ministry of defence in nineteen seventy-three.

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