Online Since 2010 - Over 1 Million Straps Sold

Product Information FAQs

Do you have a question concerning our products? Then here are some helpful responses to some often asked queries by our customers.

GENERAL

We're always restocking our products to make sure you can get what you need! Sometimes, it may take a little while before they're available again, but don't worry! You can sign up for our back in stock notification and we'll send you an email as soon as they're back in stock. That way, you'll be the first to know and can snag them before they're gone!

I'm sorry but we don't offer repair service for our products, however your local jeweller might be able to assist you.

HOW TO

We highly recommend using a Spring Bar Tool when replacing your watch strap.

Not only is it a simple and easy process, but it also allows you to switch up the style of your watch quickly and easily.

Our guide on How to use a spring bar tool to replace watch straps will give you step by step instructions on how to do it. From removing the old strap, to inserting the new one, it's easy to follow. Plus, by using a spring bar tool, you'll avoid any scratches or damage to your watch case. Have a look at our guide and give it a try!

Nylon military watch straps are a great option for those looking for a durable and long-lasting watch band.

They are easy to cut and adjust to the perfect fit for your wrist. There are a couple of ways to cut the nylon strap, you can use sharp scissors or a sharp knife. The most important thing is to make sure that the cut is clean and straight, otherwise, it will look uneven.

Once you have cut your nylon watch strap to the desired length, you'll need to seal the nylon so it doesn't fray.

A common and effective method to seal the nylon is by using a naked flame. All you need to do is hold the end of the nylon under the flame for a few seconds, the heat will harden and seal the loose nylon fibers.

A top tip for those looking to shorten a military nylon watch strap and want to replicate the curved end of the strap is to try cutting around a coin with a sharp knife. This will give you the same curve as the original strap, making it look neat and professional. Remember to work carefully and take your time when cutting and sealing the strap, this way you'll have a great-looking watch strap that will last for a long time.