Short instruction How to measure the correct width of a watch strap
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Take, preferably, a caliper ruler or otherwise a standard ruler. Our advice is to use a ruler with a clear ‘mm’ denotation for the highest precision during the measuring.
Measure the length between the two ‘lungs’ of the watch. This area is pointed with red arrows in the image above. Always check if you are measuring the width starting from the right 0-point on your ruler. If you don’t start from the 0-point you will probably measure a wrong width!
Write down the first width you just measured. Check your first measured width by measuring a second time to know for sure you have the correct width. If you have the correct width, then you can use it for our online offer tool or send it directly to us in an e-mail. Please provide the correct width always in 'mm'.
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I ordered the incorrect strap for my wife's watch, and after a couple of emails they found the correct one for the watch and replaced it for us supper service from a company so far from us here in New Zealand. highly recommend to all. cheers, Tony.
It was difficult to track down my watch strap at a reasonable price. The web site was very clear such that I knew I was ordering the correct part. Delivery was pretty good for an international delivery over the Xmas period. I just wish I had bought two straps as I know these leather ones only last 3-4 years. Will definitely order my next one from here.
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Posted on 1/19/2017
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