First, let's determine the wrist size. Wrist size can be measured by wrapping a string around the wrist and measure it's length.
The string shows a 17cm wrist.
When choosing a strap, it is the length of the "buckle end" that plays the most important role.
The length of buckle end controls where the buckle
sits on the wrist.
When choosing a strap, it is preferred that
the buckle sits slightly towards the inner wrist so that when resting your
wrist on the table,
the buckle will not hit the table top.
15cm/ 5.9” to 16cm/ 6.3”---- 60/100
16cm/ 6.3” to 17cm/ 6.7”---- 65/110
17cm/ 6.7” to 18cm/ 7.1”---- 75/125
18cm/ 7.1” to 19cm/ 7.5”---- 85/130
19cm/ 7.5” to 20cm/ 7.9” ---- 90/135
above numbers are general guidelines. If you are unsure about sizing, when checking out from our website, please leave us a note letting us know your wrist size.
For ammo straps, we encourage choosing one size up as ammo straps tend to look better with slightly longer tail.
What about the lug pin to lug pin measurement? Do you subtract that from the wrist circumference?
You don't have to. All I need is your actual wrist size.
what do you need to make 2 straps for my wife's Patek
Hi Dennis, Please let me know: 1. The model of the Patek 2. Your wife's wrist size 3. Materai/color of the strap she likes.