r.om5 .1 Gallery Black StrapsCo Silicone Rubber Strap for Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra with White Stitching
Rubber Strap for Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra
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Rubber Strap for Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra

(1 customer review)

$29.99 USD

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r.om5 .1 Main Black StrapsCo Silicone Rubber Strap for Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra with White Stitching + sbt1 Small Spring Bar Remover Tool
Price for selected: $38.98 USD
  • Compatibility: Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra
  • Material: Rubber
  • Total Length: 203mm (103/100)
  • Thickness: 5mm – 2mm
  • Does not comes with a clasp
  • Product color may differ from picture depending on computer/mobile screen.
  • SKU: r.om5

StrapsCo’s rubber strap for the Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra collection is a fantastic option to give your timepiece a brand new look. The white stitching and interlacing texture adds a welcome styling, plus It’s extremely soft to the touch and flexible making it incredibly comfortable to wear. Please consult the image above with the dimensions of this strap to ensure it will fit your watch.

Size20mm
Width at Lug End (Watch End):20mm
Width at Clasp End:18mm
Short PIece Length:100mm
Long Piece Length:103mm
Total Length:203mm
Thickness:5mm – 3mm

1 review for Rubber Strap for Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra

  1. Ryan Jimison (verified owner)

    Very difficult to install on a watch that has the same lug width dimensions as an omega (Hamilton Khaki auto, all black). This may have been my problem. I ended up scratching all 4 lugs getting it installed, very disappointing on a all black watch to have metal scratches showing thru. Full disclosure, I didn’t not view the install guide online they sent, but I’ve changed out many straps…I *should* know what I’m doing by now. Perhaps not.

    Once installed it looks pretty nice and feels pretty nice. The chrome colored bits are probably plastic on this strap and you can tell upon close inspection. These bits are stainless steel on an omega AT strap – I know because I own one. I also boogered one of them up on install, which stainless steel wouldn’t do.

    What do you want for $30 – the AT strap from omega costs over $500. 🙂

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