Need a reliable replacement band for your Seiko watch? StrapsCo has you covered. We offer an excellent range of Seiko watch straps suited for any original Seiko model. Don’t stick to worn and old watch bands. They only cause discomfort; not to mention, they also hide the elegant beauty of an original Seiko watch.
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Here at StrapsCo, you’ll find Seiko watch bands for any watch size, from 18mm to 26mm. You’ll always find the right strap size for you. Choose rubber straps in your desired color. Better yet, get one in every color in case of an emergency. Aside from rubber Seiko bands, we also carry different types of bands, including stainless steel, quick release metal bands, metal bracelet, shark mesh, and silicone straps.
About Seiko Watches
The brand is known for its rich history, dating back to 1881 when its founder, Kintaro Hattori, first sold and repaired watches and clocks in central Tokyo. Today, Seiko products are known for their unique appeal and undeniable durability.
Seiko watch owners have a distinct taste, and it’s only right for them to get the best replacement bands for their beloved watches. Explore our website for more information about our Seiko watch straps.
Frequently Asked Questions
How Do You Change a Seiko Watch Band?
Follow these steps to replace the band of your watch:
Lay down the watch facedown. Don’t forget to place a cloth underneath to avoid scratching the surface.
Take out the spring bars. You’ll find these small metal bars in the holes connecting the band to the face. Use a spring bar tool to push the metal inward until it latches on to a ridge.
Pull the strap gently.
Place the spring bars into your new Seiko strap.
When placing the replacement strap, put one end of the bar into the slot. Pushing the other side of the spring bar, gently slide the band strap into place.
How Do I Fix My Seiko Watch Band?
If your metal band is broken, it’s easy to connect it if there are no missing parts. Seiko metal and stainless steel bands are made up of separate parts that can be removed and reconnected. Make sure you have the right tools, such as a needle, a 1/16 inch flat screwdriver, and a needle-nose plier. Reach out to us if you need any assistance!
Unlike a stainless steel band, a leather or rubber strap may not be easily fixed—that is, if your problem doesn’t involve the clasp. However, there are affordable replacement watch bands you can purchase. StrapsCo has a stunning range of Seiko watch straps replacements UK residents may be looking for.
How Do I Clean My Seiko Watch Strap?
It’s easy to clean the rubber or silicone strap of your original Seiko diver watch. You often get a good clean simply by soaking it in a soapy solution. Brush the ridges using an old toothbrush or anything similar. Then, dry it with a clean towel. Don’t forget to include the metal clasp. It will need a good shine as well. Avoid doing this with a leather strap, though, as it may damage the quality of the band.