Finding your watch strap size is easy.
Replacing your current watch strap with one of our "NATO" slip-through straps only takes seconds.
By design our straps are quite long and are made to be looped back through the keepers (as shown in this photo).
If you find that your strap is still too long - you can follow the instructions here to shorten your strap with a pair of scissors.
We recommend you use the official Australia Post calculator to determine your estimated delivery time (our postcode is 6101).
Please find a rough guide below:
- Perth and surrounds - 2 to 3 business days
- Regional WA - 3 - 5 business days
- Other Australian capital cities - 3 to 5 business days
- Regional non-wa - 4 - 7 business days
- International - 2 - 4 weeks
Note - You should count from the day you received the dispatch notification (not when you placed the order), and the times above do not account for public holidays or weekends.
If you have yet to received your package please log in to our Resolution Centre and submit a ticket and we will have your order re-sent.
In order for us to quickly resolve any issues - please log in to our Resolution Centre and submit a ticket.
Interchanging between different NATO straps will require no special tools.
You may need a spring bar tool when removing the original strap from your watch, but some watches actually come with a tool to help you do this (such as Daniel Wellington), or you could also use a small screwdriver
Once you have removed the original strap, interchanging between NATO 'slip-though' straps only takes seconds.
If your watch is an odd width, you should round up to the next even number.
Our straps are made from nylon and will flex to fill the 0.5mm difference on each side and the overlap will be barely noticable.
Most "normal" straps come in two parts, and are affixed to the watch face with two small pins (spring bars).
On the other hand - "NATO" slip-through straps are a single peice of fabric which threads through the watch face and between the spring bars and then around your wrist (like a belt).