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The idea behind Greenpilot-watchstraps: a modular-system principle

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The idea behind Greenpilot-watchstraps: a modular-system  Dear watch enthusiasts,
At Greenpilot-watchstraps - established 2016 - every wristwatch owner is able to configure his specially assembled and unique leather watch strap.
Even odd lug widths such as 19mm or 21mm can be easily ordered or even particularly soft straps with a total thickness of only 3,5mm.
Likewise, 28mm wide or even wider straps are no problem and extra length for particularly strong wrist sizes - 200mm upwards - of course there’s no extra charge for it.

Our straps can be made for many watchlabels and microbrands as for example >> *Panerai*  *Breitling*  *Rolex*  *IWC*  *Omega*  *Tudor*  *Zenith*  *Lange & Söhne*  *TAG Heuer*  *VDB Vintage*  *Bell & Ross*  *Seiko*  *Sinn*  *Stowa*  *Steinhart*  *Laco*  *Fortis*  *Traser*  *Gruppo Gamma*  *Maranez*  *Lümtec*  *Helson*  *H20-Watch* << and many, many others. 
Special products - for example for butterfly clasp and special shaped lugs are also usually possible with prior agreement.

High-quality leather, a wide range of thread colours, a number of classic strap styles and a total of five strap collections are available and are waiting for a very individual combination to underline the character of the watch and wearer with such a unique strap.
Some special models such as nostalgic aviator style, which were modeled followed by historical patterns, can also be found under "Special styles" section in the >>>Solid Line as well as in the >>>burned & aged Vintage-Line.

The order process: Simply select a leather colour in the shop within a collection and additionally select a thread colour from the "thread colours" section as well as a choice within the section "styles" and then send me a request by e-mail.
Example: Collection "Solid-Line", Style "closed stitch",
Leather colour "vintage grün" & Thread colour "grün"
(Please click to enlarge)
Therefore please just click on the individual collections on the right in order to get into the respective selection of "leather colors".  The sections "thread colours" and "styles" in the main menu bar applies to all collections (= with reservations for >>"Classic-Panerai Line" and >>"Canvas-Line").

The best and fastest way to do this is to collect all your individual order details according to the order samples for an initial request.
These order examples can be found in the categories "Order & Contact" or under "Order Information".


If everything has been clarified in the further course - preferably by e-mail - and the order has been agreed together, the watchstraps will be carefully handled by me at a fixed delivery date. Each individual stitch hole is manually pre-pricked with an antique and classic sword awl and the leather is then hand-stitched by means of traditional saddler stitching-techniques. The straps are only created directly on request and individually on customer request. Prefabricated straps in the sense of "in stock" are not offered by Greenpilot. Therefore, there is no shopping cart on my site, but the order processing by e-mail works very well, as also a glance into my satisfied >> "Product Reviews" shows. 

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so have fun looking through my page, selecting, configuring & headbreaking wishes

P.s.: ... I like to help & advise with all your questions about leathers and possible colour combinations
For a first inspiration, I recommend a look in the >> "gallery": there are many customer configurations to see and the straps shown can be filtered according to the leathers.
Prices: > > this way please

Possible payment methods:

- Prepayment via bank transfer
- Prepayment by Paypal ("Paypal-Family & Friends" or + 2% extra for Paypal fees)
- Payment by cash on delivery (German Post / DHL)

(For more information on the payment types, see: >> Order information)



all Greenpilot watchstraps are done fully handmade with different, traditional saddlertools (e.g. that swordawl in the front-right hand of the picture) in Germany (Much near Cologne).