Which width of strap do I need?

The easiest way to know the size of strap you need is to look at if it is stamped on the back of your current watch strap.

If not, you can determine it by measuring the width at the lug thanks to a ruler or a caliper, that is to say the distance between the lugs where the strap is attached to the your watch case. This distance is expressed in millimetres and corresponds to the strap width you need.

Here is a drawing which will help you understand better how to choose the right size of strap for your watch:

Width at the lug

All our straps are delivered with a buckle, however, if you wish to keep your original buckle, it will be indispensable to know how to measure the width at the buckle. This one can be determine the same way.

Please note that for most of the watch straps, the width at the buckle is 2 mm narrower than the width at the lug. As an example, a 20 mm strap (at the lug) will usually have a width at the buckle of 18 mm.

Width at the buckle

If you have any questions or doubts, feel free to contact us, we are here to help!