As should be no surprise, we here at WWR are big, big fans of watches. But you know what we like almost as much? Watch straps. There is quite a variety out there when it comes to materials, colors, and even pricing. Want a two piece made from moose leather? You can find it. Want something made from an old baseball glove? You can find it. Just need a cheap one-piece nylon one for the summer? You can get it. In fact, this month’s sponsor, CheapestNatoStraps, certainly can cover that last category. However, that’s not all they’ve got going in their catalog.
When CheapestNatoStraps reached out to us, it’s safe to say we were smitten. Given how a strap can really change the look of a watch, the aesthetics of a strap are a key consideration. And from what we were seeing on the website, it seemed like things were on the right path. Of course, construction and material quality are important factors as well, no matter the price of the strap. To that end, we have a variety coming in so we can give you a hands-on impression of these affordable beauties.
In the mean time, CheapestNatoStraps was kind enough to sponsor this month’s giveaway. So, while we’re working up our review, you can put your name in the hat for a nice variety of straps from CheapestNatoStraps. Here’s what you’re going to be in the running for:
- Kvarnsjö Retro Midnight
- Kvarnsjö Retro Brown
- Kvarnsjö Racing Anthrazite with orange stitch
- Kvarnsjö Premium Racing Black
- Kvarnsjö Premium Racing Sienna
- Kvarnsjö Grand Prix Burgundy
Of note, all of these straps will be in a 20mm width. Also of note, the contest this month is open to contestants worldwide. To enter the contest, it’s the same steps as we normally have:
- Comment below on what your favorite strap or bracelet style is
- Head on over to our Giveaway page and complete your entry
Please note, you must do both steps (the comment and the giveaway page entry) to be eligible for the giveaway. Good luck, and our thanks again to CheapestNatoStraps for sponsoring the giveaway. cheapestnatostraps.com
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