Watch Strap Sizes Chart

This chart provides the strap width (in mm) for different watch case sizes (in mm) and the corresponding wrist circumference ranges (in inches).
Watch Case Size (mm) Strap Width (mm) Wrist Circumference Range (Inches)
38 – 40 20 5.5″ – 7.3″
41 – 42 22 6.5″ – 8″
43 – 44 24 6.7″ – 8.3″
45 – 46 26 7″ – 8.5″
47 – 48 28 7.5″ – 9″
49 – 50 30 7.8″ – 9.5″

The Watch Strap Sizes Chart provides information on the recommended strap widths for different watch case sizes and the corresponding wrist circumference range. This chart helps users in selecting the appropriate strap size for their watches based on the dimensions of both the case and their wrist.


What is a watch strap size chart?

A watch strap size chart is a reference guide that provides information on the standard sizes of watch straps, typically measured in millimeters (mm).

How do I determine my watch strap size?

To determine your watch strap size, you can measure the width of the space between the lugs (the spring bar attachment points) on your watch case using a ruler or caliper.

What are the common watch strap sizes?

Common watch strap sizes range from around 18mm to 24mm, with 20mm being the most widely used size. However, sizes can vary depending on the specific watch and brand.

Can I interchange watch straps between different watch brands?

In general, watch straps with the same width should be interchangeable between different watch brands, as long as the strap attachment mechanism (spring bars, screws, etc.) is compatible.

Where can I find a watch strap size chart for my specific watch model?

Watch strap size charts are available online on various watch-related websites, forums, and manufacturers' websites. Additionally, you can consult a local watchmaker or jeweler who can assist you in determining the correct strap size for your specific watch model.

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