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Compatible Watches

We have been working hard to make our watchbands compatible with as many watches as possible. We make every band by hand, so if you do not see your watch listed, please feel free to email us with your request.


38,40,41mm all use the same adapter, this adapter fits the smaller watch face.  42,44,45,49mm all use the same adapter, this adapter fits the larger watch face. You can find your watch size on the back side of the watch face around the dial. Or you can find the size in your watch app, if you have your watch connected to your phone.



Galaxy Watch6 (44mm & 40mm)

Galaxy Watch6 Classic (47mm & 43mm)

Galaxy Watch5 Pro (45mm)

Galaxy Watch5 (44mm & 40mm)

Galaxy Watch4 Classic (42mm & 46mm)

Galaxy Watch4 (40mm & 44mm)

Galaxy Watch3 (41mm)

Galaxy Watch Active2 (40mm & 44mm)

Galaxy Watch Active (40mm)

Galaxy Watch (42mm)



Galaxy Watch3 (45mm)

Galaxy Watch (46mm)

Gear S3 Frontier

Gear S3 Classic



Spring Pin

  We currently carry the following spring pin sizes. But not limited to:16mm, 18mm, 19mm, 20mm, 22mm. There are two main types of pins with internal springs used to attach most watch bands: traditional Spring Pins and Quick-Release Pins. Traditional Spring Pins are what you will find on most watches (including vintage pieces) and Quick-Release pins are designed for speedy removal, this style has a little ball on the side, allowing you to slide the spring with your finger rather than using a removal tool. Quick release pins are what we carry for our bands, but either pin will work.​

Lug Width


Lug Width is the internal width measured between the lugs of the watch, which is where the watch strap connects to the watch case. Lug width is measured in millimeters (mm). Ways to check the lug width: Check your old watch band by looking on the back side of the band for a number, that number is most likely to be the mm. Check the backside of your watch face for manufacturer name and size (mm). Check the world wide web for the manufacturer of your watch, where details and specifications are usually offered. Measure lug width with calipers or ruler using millimeters.​​ 

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