Another best selling product that looks great a majority of watches especially the Omega Seamaster Diver 300m
and Planet Ocean dive watches
. A high quality 22mm NATO watch strap
(ballistic nylon) in classic Omega colours
– Red, White & Blue – featuring marine quality stainless steel satin buckles. This watch strap will fit any watch with a 22mm
lug to lug width. We know they look great when fitted to Omega Speedmaster
and Omega Seamaster
watches. However, they look stunning on other watches too – shown here on my Bremont Supermarine S500
All the straps we sell are of the highest quality, made from a soft yet very strong nylon 1.4mm thick. The buckles are fabricated from a high grade brushed steel. All holes and endings are heat sealed to prevent fraying.
- Length (in total excluding end buckle) – 28cm / 11 inches
- 13 pre-made (heat sealed) holes
- Will fit wrists from 15.5cm to 22cm
- Width – 22mm
- Buckles – 2 above and 1 below (please refer to photos)
- High quality stitching and brushed steel
These NATO straps
are used by military personnel, sports people and many outdoor types because of the ONE PIECE design. Worst case scenario – one of the spring bars fail – with a two piece watch strap your watch will fall to the ground. With a one piece NATO strap
it will hang on your wrist, supported by the one remaining spring bar. PHEW.
Will it fit your watch
This strap is 22mm wide. If you don’t know the width of your lugs measure them with a ruler or even better some digital calipers. Measure from LUG to LUG – the area where the strap sits housing the spring bars. 22mm is a VERY COMMON width for men’s watches.
Important – FITTING instructions
Where the gap between the spring bar and watch case is LESS than 1.5mm (about the thickness of the strap) it may be necessary to remove the spring bars before fitting the strap. Normally simply slide the strap under the two spring bars. If the gap is too tight you may have to remove the spring bars to fit the new strap. FORCING the strap between the gap may damage the heat sealed holes. If in any doubt REMOVE the spring bars first. If the strap slides in without too much resitance that’s fine just pull it slowly through.