Watch Strap is a term that is used to denote strap, band, or bracelet that holds the watch to the wrist. Most watches are easy to size to fit.

If you have a rubber strap or leather band, simply cinch the band to fit the buckle hole that is most comfortable for your wrist. If you have a bracelet band, follow the watch manufacturer's direction to remove links to fit the band to your wrist. If you need additional links, contact the watch manufacturer directly using the information listed on the watch brand warranty page.

Ref: 122692/2006-09-19

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Alternative Spellings (Synonyms): Straps, straps

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