Resources and Tips — Watch Band

Custom Watch Bands

Posted by Rachel Nizinski on

Sometimes, your watch strap is damaged, the original is unavailable or too expensive, or you want a new strap because you dislike the original. Regardless, your band needs customization. Most jewelers don’t customize; they’ll advise you to buy the strap from the manufacturer or discard it. Therefore, we customize them.

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Video: How to replace 2 Swiss Army Watch Straps, Straight End and Integrated Rubber

Posted by Benjamin Grant on

Video: How to replace 2 Swiss Army Watch Straps, Straight End and Integrated Rubber

Step by step overview of how to remove and replace watch bands for two types of Swiss Amy watches: Integrated rubber watch band with Tubes and Pins and a Straight watch band using Spring Bars.

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How to Change a Skagen Watch Band

Posted by Benjamin Grant on

Does your Skagen watch band need a different look, or are the old bands in desperate need of replacement? Instead of throwing out a perfectly good watch, you can save it –  just by swapping old watch bands with newer ones. Please note the written instructions below apply to a bands that attaches with pins. At the bottom of the page are videos that illustrate 1) how to replace a watch band that attaches with pins (applies to Skagens) and 2) how to replace watch bands with Skagen's unique screw attachment used by some watches.  Several Skagen watch bands are available...

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