How To Measure Your Wristsize

In order to make your strap fit perfectly to your wrist we need these information, please note in special request field

1. Watch case color ( silver/steel , black/space grey, gold, rose gold) to matching the buckle color

2. Lug width of the watch in mm ( show below how to determine lug size A.) 

3. Wristsize in cm ( show below how to determine wristsize)

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A.Determining your strap size in 3 Easy Steps:

#1 – Use a standard ruler that offers a Centimeter side. Always measure in Centimeters as Inches are too large for an accurate conversion to Millimeters.

#2 – Measure the space between your watches lugs. (see red line labeled “Inner Space” in image)

#3 – Once you have the measurement in Centimeters, move the decimal one place to the right to convert your measurement into Millimeters. In the image above, you can see that the lug measures 2 Centimeters, which converts to 20 Millimeters.
Congratulations! You now know what size band your watch accepts and are ready to find the perfect new strap

B.How to measure your wrist?

1) Take a tape measure or rope and wrap it around your wrist until the two ends touch without sagging.

The size of the wrist should be free from slack and not so tight that it stops blood circulation.

2) Mark the exact length on the rope and use a ruler to determine your true size.




Wrist chart (4-6,5mm thick for 40mm, 44mm, 47mm, 52mm watch case)
(in cm- in inches- Short/long strap)
12,7cm-14cm = 5.0″-5.5″ = 65mm/115mm.
14cm-15,2cm=5.5″-6.0″ = 70mm/120mm.
15,2cm-16,5cm=-6.0″-6.5″ = 75mm/120mm.
16,5cm-17,8cm= 6.5″-7.0″ = 75mm/125mm.
17,8cm-19,05cm=7.0″-7.5″ = 80mm/130mm.
19,05cm-20,32cm=7.5″-8.0″ = 80mm/135mm.
20,03cm-21,59cm=8.0″-8.5″ = 85mm/140mm.
21,59cm-22,86cm=8.6 – 9.0″ = 85mm/145mm.
22,86cm-24,13cm=9.0 – 9.5″ = 90mm/150mm.
24.14cm-25.4cm=9.0 – 9.5″ = 90mm/155mm.