andy stevens Wrote:Hello,I'm not sure if this is the correct answer but I believe I heard the initials identify who the supplier is as IWC contracts for it's strap requirements. They utilize a number of manufacturers. Corrections please if this is not accurate.Andy
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Michael Friedberg Wrote:To go back to the original question, it's more than the supplier. All alligator straps are coded so they can be traced to the farm where the skin is from and even more specifically (I'm not sure if it's to the year, to a given group of animals, etc.). This is because of the stringent worldwide rules regarding exports/imports of endangered species.This question pops up occasionally, and I believe there's more in the archives. But no codes ;)
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RayinLA Wrote:Can the straps be personalized? I would think the answer is yes, but curious what the cost and anybody here as managed to get a personalized strap? When I am logged in and looking at some photos under collections i have noticed at least two images showing up with a strap that is personalized as RAY, which means this is an option available. What is the cost in rough numbers?
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