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|Band Material Type||Leather|
|Band Width||20 Millimeters|
About this item
- Genuine calfskin leather made from one piece of material
- L length=120x80mm; 20m wide at lug end & 18mm wide at buckle end
- White contrast stitching
- White buckle
- Water resistant
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Since 1765, Hirsch has been setting the international quality standard for watchbands. Each watchband is constructed using the same high standard for precious materials, resulting in a piece that is as durable as it is attractive. The finest, most richly detailed watchbands in the world come from one company along – Hirsch.
Our rigorous standards for excellence ensure longevity, comfort of wear and an attractive piece that suits any occasion. Recognized as a specialist in the industry and passed from one generation of customer to the next, Hirsch is a more than a finely made watchband. It’s an heirloom.
Every Hirsch watchband is water resistant, and utilizes Remorde technology in its construction. The result is a patented and continuously developed technology that joins the band’s upper and lining without a seam. Hirsch watchbands are sauna tested, and available in hypoallergenic, aloe vera infused and scratch resistant varieties, just to name a few.
For a watchband that stands the rigors of life and the test of time, turn Hirsch.
Following the tradition of the old saddler's craft, liberty is made from one piece of leather and treated only with natural, vegetable tanning agents. External influences such as sun, wind and water add a unique patina to this bracelet, reflecting it's wearer lifestyle.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Package Dimensions : 4.9 x 1.6 x 0.6 inches; 0.8 Ounces
- Item model number : 109002-50-20
- Department : Unisex-adult
- Date First Available : September 6, 2012
- Manufacturer : Hirsch
- ASIN : B000P9ZLYG
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|Brand, Seller, or Collection Name||Hirsch|
|Band length||Men's Standard|
|Band width||20 millimeters|
|Warranty||If this product is sold by Amazon, please review the manufacturer’s website for warranty information. If this product is sold by another party, please contact the seller directly for warranty information for this product. You may also be able to find warranty information on the manufacturer’s website.|
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|Sold By||—||Amazon.com||Osaka-Man [Shipped by FedEx or EMS]||Jomashop||CW_Watches|
|Band Material Type||Leather||Leather||Nylon||Fabric||Nylon|
|Band Width||20 millimeters||20 millimeters||17 millimeters||18 millimeters||18 millimeters|
|Case Diameter||0 millimeters||39.5 millimeters||37 millimeters||37 millimeters||37 millimeters|
|Dial Window Material Type||.||synthetic-sapphire||hardlex||hardlex||Mineral|
|Item Shape||.||Round||Hardlex (Used for Seiko Only)||Round||Round|
|Watch Movement||.||Japanese Automatic||Automatic||Automatic||Automatic|
|Water Resistance Depth||0||660 feet||30 meters||99 feet||99 feet|
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**Update** Almost a year of ownership (April 2014 - March 2015) and both keepers (the leather straps to keep your overhanging strap past the buckle from flopping around) have failed. One fell off after fraying, the other lasted until about a week ago and then split in two (apparently its two very thin pieces of leather glued together. Pretty disappointed.
For anyone wondering how to figure out which size to buy there are two options. 1) Measure the inside width between the lugs using a ruler. Americans will need to convert to millimeters. Google can go that for you. Typical sizes are 18mm, 20mm, 22mm. Or, do what I did: go to the seller or manufacturer's website. They normally list the lug width in the specs for the watch. Easy. As far as swapping it out, I bought a cheap watch band tool on Amazon... it's like a tiny little fork. https://www.amazon.com/Spring-Tool-Yookat-Removal-Stainless-Replace/dp/B01F85FCBI/ But you can probably improvise. Having the tool is nice because you can easily change the watch bands for your friends and family too.
I'm definitely planning on replacing my cheaper straps with this brand.
Update: Got the watch delivered and proceeded to work on the customization. On this particular watch it is easy to take the band off, since it is a nylon fabric affair that just slips out from between the pins and that watch body. Then you can just grab the pin with your fingers and take a thumbnail and catch the notch on one of the ends to compress it, and it comes right out. Of course this is not easy if you were to decide to take the new band off later, and you may need a pin tool to get at that same notch. Anyway, I pushed the pins into the holes at the center ends of the band parts, and put one end in, then used my fingernail again but this time catching the very end of the pin to get it onto the flat of the body notch for the band, and looked at it with my highest powered reading glasses, and set it to where it was straight, and the pin end found its hole.
So the result is a nice big military type watch face without the too obviously military aspect that comes with that NATO webbing band. Now I should add that the original band is fantastic, and I wish that I knew someone who I could sell it to, who would want it.
But I am very happy with the way I set it up, and do not at all regret the decision that I arrived at before I even got the new watch.
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But in all other respects it is a fantastic strap which after a couple of months has lost some of its stiffness and given some and I have the pin of the buckle in the third hole from the end of the opposite strap which is the minimum I can use whilst still having the tail end of the strap caught by the retainers next to the buckle.
I swapped the strap on a Citizen titanium watch which now looks significantly better. A work college commented that it was the best looking Citizen he had seen, so the strap can add to the appearance of a watch. Just look out for the length if you have big wrists and order accordingly.