Guide for rubbers

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Guide for rubbers

Postby koimaster » March 25th 2016, 6:06pm

Rubber Straps have been a long time favourite amongst sports enthusiasts but have become more and more common in the watch community recently, which is probably because of their superb versatility and comfort!

To continue the ever so popular strap guide series on TheWatchFace, I got in touch with a company called SecTime who was kind enough to send out the straps for this guide.


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Re: Guide for rubbers

Postby conjurer » March 25th 2016, 6:28pm

In Mort's case, extra-large.
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Re: Guide for rubbers

Postby TemerityB » March 25th 2016, 8:54pm

Wow, that Karl Swanepoel is one hell of a writer! Every "important" point he tries to make, he uses an exclamation point - the first thing that professional writers insist should never be used under any circumstances! But that's the Interwebs for you - everybody's an "authority blogger" even though they openly display utterly primitive skills!

Great thread, and thanks for posting!
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Re: Guide for rubbers

Postby conjurer » March 25th 2016, 9:22pm

TemerityB wrote:Wow, that Karl Swanepoel is one hell of a writer! Every "important" point he tries to make, he uses an exclamation point - the first thing that professional writers insist should never be used under any circumstances! But that's the Interwebs for you - everybody's an "authority blogger" even though they openly display utterly primitive skills!

Great thread, and thanks for posting!


"Karl Swanepoel" sounds like the name of some SS war criminal that got his neck stretched at Nuremberg.
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Re: Guide for rubbers

Postby Mortuus » March 26th 2016, 12:07am

conjurer wrote:
TemerityB wrote:Wow, that Karl Swanepoel is one hell of a writer! Every "important" point he tries to make, he uses an exclamation point - the first thing that professional writers insist should never be used under any circumstances! But that's the Interwebs for you - everybody's an "authority blogger" even though they openly display utterly primitive skills!

Great thread, and thanks for posting!


"Karl Swanepoel" sounds like the name of some SS war criminal that got his neck stretched at Nuremberg.

The trial would have been held at Nuremburg, but the neck-stretching was actually accomplished at Landsberg Prison, located at Landsberg am Lech, in the southwestern portion of Bavaria, about 65 kilometers (40 mi) west of Munich.

You old fuck.
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Re: Guide for rubbers

Postby conjurer » March 26th 2016, 8:37am

Mortuus wrote:
conjurer wrote:
TemerityB wrote:Wow, that Karl Swanepoel is one hell of a writer! Every "important" point he tries to make, he uses an exclamation point - the first thing that professional writers insist should never be used under any circumstances! But that's the Interwebs for you - everybody's an "authority blogger" even though they openly display utterly primitive skills!

Great thread, and thanks for posting!


"Karl Swanepoel" sounds like the name of some SS war criminal that got his neck stretched at Nuremberg.

The trial would have been held at Nuremburg, but the neck-stretching was actually accomplished at Landsberg Prison, located at Landsberg am Lech, in the southwestern portion of Bavaria, about 65 kilometers (40 mi) west of Munich.

You old fuck.


Thanks, Dr. Wikipedia Buzzkill!
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Re: Guide for rubbers

Postby Mortuus » March 27th 2016, 12:41am

conjurer wrote:
Mortuus wrote:
conjurer wrote:
TemerityB wrote:Wow, that Karl Swanepoel is one hell of a writer! Every "important" point he tries to make, he uses an exclamation point - the first thing that professional writers insist should never be used under any circumstances! But that's the Interwebs for you - everybody's an "authority blogger" even though they openly display utterly primitive skills!

Great thread, and thanks for posting!


"Karl Swanepoel" sounds like the name of some SS war criminal that got his neck stretched at Nuremberg.

The trial would have been held at Nuremburg, but the neck-stretching was actually accomplished at Landsberg Prison, located at Landsberg am Lech, in the southwestern portion of Bavaria, about 65 kilometers (40 mi) west of Munich.

You old fuck.


Thanks, Dr. Wikipedia Buzzkill!

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