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- Premium NATO Nylon Watch Strap
- Easily Interchangeable Replacement Watch Strap
- PVD Black Hardware
- Branded Clockwork Synergy® Box with Every order!
- "Instantly Add a Little Class to your Wardrobe"
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A Premium NATO Strap made from quality Nylon and offered with PVD Black buckle and hardware. Crafted with double-stitching at the buckle for added durability. Specifications include a 270mm length and 1.25mm thickness. There are 13 adjustability holes to fit most wrist sizes. Questions - if you have any questions at all, please feel free to contact us at any time. Sizing - If you need help with sizing, please contact us and we are more then happy to help you!
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- ASIN: B01N0AP7TY
- Date first available at Amazon.com: November 8, 2016
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Two stars because it may work, I just didn't like it myself.
Overall I like the look, and like that the metal hardware is a matte black.
Aesthetically the watch band is nice, but the quality is lacking. Doesn't feel like it could stand up to much abuse, and being in the military, I need a watch band that can take some heavy wear and tear.
The strap is made out of a sturdy nylon material that won't fray, break, dematerialize or whatever else you would expect other watch bands (like leather ones) would do. The way these band have the watch sit concerned me at first (see their video on how to wear https://youtu.be/Hm3iAcc94E0), but after wearing it for a while I realized the brilliance as the buckle and loops are no longer under your wrist which means you can do things like type at a computer without having those parts dig in, leave marks and make you uncomfortable!
If I have any concerns it would be the material that the buckle and loops are made out of. They feel like plastic and like they will break with a hard hit, but because they are on the side of your arm I don't know how much contact they will come into with objects. Besides, it would have to be a fairly hard hit. I live in Minnesota so we'll see if the shift from hot to very cold weather does anything to make them more brittle.
Right now, however, it's the bees knees!