NATO Type Japan Charity Strap Version 2.


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NATO Type Japan Charity Strap Version 2.

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Magnitude 9.0 earthquake struck North Eastern Japan on March 11th 2011. 
It resulted in a devastating tsunami which caused significant damage in costal towns. 
Current estimate put the death toll at over 14,000 with 13,000 more missing. 
The estimated US$300 billion damage from the quake and the tsunami makes this the world's costliest natural disaster.

Strap width is available in 18mm, 20mm, and 22mm.  Specifications are as follows:


【Material】 cross weaved nylon 1.0mm thick
【Hardwares】 polished stainless steel
【Holes】 laser treated 13 holes
【Length(end to end)】 29.0cm (standard)
【Adaptable Wrist Size】 14.5cm to 22.0cm (slightly varies depending on your watch thickness)
【Width】 18mm, 20mm, 22mm


Nearly 3 years have passed since the disaster, however affected area is still in devastating state at large. 
We will continue to sell and donate profit from this charity strap as long as we can. 

Oct/17/2013 To date we have donated JPY748,700  or approx. USD$7320.45. Thank you for your support.




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