â¿ãHow To Select The Right Widthã-The strap is standard style, can fit most 20mm/22mm/24mm Wide Watches, If the previous strap head is flat .A tool will be offered to Installation the band . Measure exactly the width of the place where the watch band attaches the watch (as the photo shows).Note:The error of 1mm can lead to inappropriate,it should be keep the 100% exact size measuring.
â¿ãPremium Materialsã-Cotton canvas is durable, soft, breathable . Upscale Metal Buckle made of 316L stainless steel with double electroplating process instead of general one-layer plating process to fixed the color of watch band being more durable. Nylon + leather contrast Military Sports Style Watch Straps.
â¿ãSizeã- Guaranteed to fit all men and women or money back; Approximately 8" total length when not attached to watch; Designed to fit wrists 5.75" to 8", but watch geometry also impacts fit.
â¿ãSwap In Secondsã- swap to compliment your wardrobe or mix and match with leather amp; canvas bands to take your timepiece from the workplace to the gym.
â¿ãPackage includesã- Package includes: 1 x watch band, 1 x Installation tool, 3 x Table axis. 12 Months Hassle-Free Warranty: Please contact us if got defective items, we'll send you a replacement or full refund.
The strap is standard style, can fit most 20mm/22mm/24mm Wide Watches, If the previous strap head is flat (as the photo shows).A tool will be offered to Installation the band
12 Months Hassle-Free Warranty: Please contact us if got defective items, we'll send you a replacement or full refund.
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