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ZULUDIVER 1973 British Military Watch Strap: CADET - Combat Black - Polished
- Regular price
- $24.00 USD
- Regular price
- Sale price
- $24.00 USD
- Unit price
Are you ready to explore with our stylish, practical 141 British Military watch strap? Whether you wear it into the office, take it into the hills at the weekend, or make it your go-to travel strap on vacation, this design is perfect to complement your favourite field or military-inspired watch. From a Seiko 5 Sports SNZG09K1 to a Hamilton Khaki Field or vintage Rolex Submariner, this tough, versatile nylon design continues the tradition started by the British Ministry of Defence with their seminal 1973 DefStan for military watch straps.
Not sure how to wear a British Military watch strap? Take a look at our helpful guide.
These watch straps have come a long way since the original Admiralty Grey 18mm 'G10' bands of decades ago. But one thing that hasn't changed is the ruggedness and versatility. And the added security you get from having your watch attached to the strap independently at two points. If you should 'pop' a springbar, perhaps while swinging a rucksack onto your back, the second springbar will keep your strap and watch connected.
This is our classic traditional British military watch strap, in a range of military colours - admiralty (gunmetal) grey, army green, desert sand (khaki) and standard black, that give it a combat-ready military feel, or appealing neutrality in other day-to-day contexts. Compare the cut and sealed edges of our 1 mm-thick quick-drying nylon fabric with cheap alternatives. Then look at the quality stitching, high-quality stainless steel hardware and affordable price.
|Clasp Tongue Width
|Number of Watches
|Quick Drying Nylon
|Strap Material Colour
|Combat Black / Polished
|Strap Material Finish
|Strap Material Type
|Nylon - Vintage
The ‘lug width’ is simply the internal width measured between the lugs (where the watch strap fits) of the watch.
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