Straps by Width
Below you can browse all our watch straps by the width. You can also do this under the main navigation in the header. If unsure of the size, look at our ‘How to measure width of watch strap’.
How to measure width of watch strap
Finding the correct watch strap is simple. All you will need is something to measure the distance between the lugs of the watch head; a simple ruler is excellent for this.
In most cases, you do not need to remove the exsiting strap as you should have enough visability to measure.
- Place the watch on a flat surface, ideally on something soft that won’t scratch the back of the watch.
- Align the 0 part of the ruler with the inside of the left lug and measure the internal distance of the right lug.
- Record this measurement; if your ruler is in centimetres, convert it to millimetres.
1 centimeter = 10 millimeter.
1 cm = 10 mm.
1.5 centimeter = 15 millimeter.
1.5 cm = 15 mm.
2 centimeter = 20 millimeter.
2 cm = 20 mm.
Watch Strap Width Common Questions
Yes, proving your watch looks similar to the image in the ‘how to measure the width of watch strap’ section. Not many people know or realise that watch straps are universal; providing you know the width of strap required, then finding a replacement is straightforward. Many people believe that you can only get replacement straps from the watch manufacturer.
Over time fashion and watches have changed drastically. Many years ago, ladies’ watches were often much smaller than men’s and typically would require smaller straps. Nowadays, the most common watch strap width is 18mm, 20mm, 22mm and even 24mm.