What Is The Lug Width And How Do I Measure It? (Updated 2021)

What Is The Lug Width And How Do I Measure It? (Updated 2021)

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Helpful instructions on how to find the lug width of your watch, take a look.

The 'lug width' is simply the internal width measured between the lugs (where the watch strap fits) of the watch.

If you're looking to buy a replacement watch strap for your watch, it's important you know this information first so you can ensure the watch strap fits your watch.

Find a high-quality replacement watch strap to fit your watch perfectly here!

Now you know what the lug width is, click here to start buying some watch straps!

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It's always best to check this size before you purchase a replacement watch strap, you can then view the correct sizes available for your watch on our website.

Inaccurate readings by just a few millimetres could lead to your strap having a loose fitting or either not fitting at all. It is best to use a pair of calipers (vernier) or a ruler (a tape measure is not advised) and please note it is the internal dimension you need.

You may like to check you watch details on the online database called WatchBase it is a useful website for finding the full details of your watch.

We have also put together a helpful video to show you how to take measurements:

 

Once you know this size we have a great page that enables you to view all of our watch straps in this size.

Please do contact us if you need some help selecting the correct strap for your watch.

Tim Vaux

About the Author: Tim Vaux

About the Author: Tim Vaux

I don't think I can remember a time in my life when watches weren't in my life. I've been writing about watches online for a handful of years now, enjoying every moment of it. I'm passionate about experiencing the world of watches and translating those experiences via articles and images for the wider audience to consume.

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