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 Posted: Sat Feb 1st, 2014 01:27 pm
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chrishamilton
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Hi guys, first post on forum so be gentle. After months of deliberating and spending time on another forum (sorry!) I've finally decided that my next dive watch will be an Armida A4, in black. Now I originally thought of putting it on an orange isofrane (due to the orange hand) and also to brighten it up a little. Does anyone have any other ideas for straps plus pics if possible.

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 Posted: Tue Feb 4th, 2014 09:32 pm
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Patrik72
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Sorry for a late response, i think your idea sounds great. ThumbsUp02.gif

I have the blue dialed version. I can recommend a Zulu-strap. Works great on hot summer days and its is thick enough to hold the A4ยด in place. Something that a NATO-strap wont really do. (At least not on my thin wrist).

Also welcome to 3T!


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