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For brands such as Rolex, the straps are just as important as the watch itself. StrapsCo carries quality replacement bands to help restore your Rolex watch to its former glory or to give it a new look.

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Frequently Asked Questions

 

1. Does Rolex Sell Straps?

Rolex doesn’t sell individual straps, but you can get defective ones replaced by going to their service centers, which can take about four to six weeks. Here at StrapsCo, we conveniently fill your need for fast servicing, and that is why we offer premium-grade rubber or leather straps and stainless steel bracelets for your Rolex watch. For every watch strap you buy, you will receive a matching spring bar.

2. Can You Replace a Rolex Bracelet?

Yes, you can. Replacing the leather straps, bracelets, and bands is an economical way to give your Rolex watch a new look. You can opt to restore it to its original look or get new watch bands to upgrade it. 

If you plan to replace the bracelet yourself, you will need certain tools and accessories to successfully do it. You can purchase some of them here. If you find the task too daunting, you can always check out our tutorials. Check out our watch-band-installation guides, complete with clear instructions and pictures so you can follow the process step-by-step.

3. How Do I Find Out My Band Size?

The fastest way to determine strap width is to check out your watch’s old strap. You can measure the same for the strap length as well. Another way is to measure the space between the lugs. Make sure that you only measure the inner space. Use centimeters to measure this space, and when you have the measurement, convert it to millimeters.

4. How Can I Check the Authenticity of My Rolex Watch?

Rolex is a well-known luxury-watch brand, and when something is that coveted, cheap, fake copies of the products are bound to be sold on the black market. So how can you verify if your branded watch is real or not?

First off, genuine Rolex watches are only bought from official stores and retailers. Rolex.com displays all official retailers and service centers, so make sure you buy from those stores before buying one.

Spotting a fake one is not as hard as you think as long as you know what to look for. The first things you want to check are the quality and materials. Counterfeit Rolex watches don’t have the same look and polish as those of an authentic one. Although manufacturing processes have improved to try to copy as much of the originals as is possible, in the end, there’s a reason fake watches are cheap.

5. Can I Return a Strap If It Has Been Worn? How?

Unfortunately, we can only accept returns on items and accessories that are in new and unused condition. We will be able to tell right away if any strap or band has been installed and removed because there will be signs of wear. We cannot resell items when they show damage. 

You can return unused items for a full refund or exchange 30 days after purchase. You may visit our Returns page for more information.

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