Custom Apple Watch Leather Strap
Playing with configurator CLICK on BUILD YOUR OWN Button to start customizing your “piece of leather”… choose the color of leather, color of hardware, color of thread… initials on buckle and inscription internally on leather.
Made to order following your needs… made in Tuscany by LeatherSmith Nicola Meyer
How to measure the Watch Strap Length
- Use a measuring tape to determine the circumference of your wrist in inches. You can also use a string or thread, mark it, lay it flat on the table, and simply measure the distance with a ruler.
- Keeping your wrist measurements in mind, you may then refer to the table below to help you determine the right-fitting strap length for you.
When it comes to the length of your watch’s strap, fit and comfort takes precedence over personal style. It must be snug and secure when worn, neither too tight nor too loose. The length of the strap is based on wrist circumference and can be divided in two – the tail or long end and the buckle or short end. That’s why the strap length of wristwatch products is usually presented as 120/70mm. The first number (120) is the length of the long end in millimeters while the second number (70) is the buckle end in millimeters.