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The mangled metal body of a Leica camera and a watchband are believed to have belonged to Burrows.
In addition to publishing the most passionate watch journalism on the Web (and the most incensed readers’ comments), the site sells its own watchbands and vintage watches.
This smart wearable comes with interchangeable watchbands that can be easilyswapped in seconds, and is available in a range of colors and produced in silicone, leather, and stainless steel styles.
From 2005 through 2014, more than 12,600 whole elephant skins were imported, plus nearly 22,000 skin pieces, and 6,000 small elephant-skin products such as watchbands and wallets.
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