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The Best Watch Blog Sites That You Need to Know About January 22, 2020 – Posted in: Watch Stuff

Let’s face it, the internet is overflowing with content of all sorts, dedicated to every hobby, interest, and passion you could possibly imagine—including coverage of every corner of the watch industry. You can burn hours, even days cycling through the broad swath of websites out there, big and small, that will tell you all about the latest-and-greatest releases from Patek Philippe and MB&F, or the most obscure microbrand launch that surfaced on Kickstarter the other…

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An Idiot’s Guide To Online Watch Shopping November 18, 2019 – Posted in: Watch Stuff

Building a respectable watch collection is easier than ever these days. More and more watch brands are slowly starting to adopt the idea of online retail, online vintage resellers are growing both in number and in reputation, and watch sales aggregator tools are even available to draw in the online sales platforms of countless retailers around the globe. The big question is — where do you start? Sure, gambling on eBay can yield some pretty…

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How To Install A Quick-Release Strap September 25, 2019 – Posted in: Watch Stuff, Watch Strap Stuff

In this guide, we will demonstrate how to install a watch strap that has quick-release spring bars. No tools are required for this process. If your watch band has traditional spring bars, please see our guide on how to install a watch strap. STEP 1 – REMOVING THE OLD STRAP To remove a watch strap that has quick-release spring bars, locate the quick-release lever on the back-side of the watch strap, as indicated in the…

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How To Install Apple Watch Bands September 23, 2019 – Posted in: Smart Watches, Watch Strap Stuff

Before we begin, determine which size Apple Watch you have, and by extension, what size band you will need. The Series 4 and Series 5 models are available in 40mm and 44mm sizes, and the older models (Series 1, Series 2 and Series 3) are available in 38mm and 42mm sizes. Note that bands for 38mm and 40mm devices are compatible with each other, and bands for the 42mm and 44mm devices are compatible with…

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How To Replace A Watch Buckle August 20, 2019 – Posted in: Watch Stuff, Watch Strap Stuff

To replace the buckle on your strap, you will need a spring bar removal tool and a new buckle that is the correct size to fit your band. Before we begin, you will need to measure the width of the strap at the buckle end to know what size buckle you need. For example, if the band is 20mm wide at the buckle end, you will need a 20mm buckle. The width of a watch…

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How To Install A NATO Strap August 7, 2019 – Posted in: Watch Stuff, Smart Watches, Watch Strap Stuff

In this guide, we will explain how to install a NATO watch strap onto your watch. Step 1 – Installing the spring bars Install a spring bar between the top and bottom lugs of your watch, which can be done with the help of a spring bar removal tool. Step 2 – Inserting the NATO strap Release the long half of the strap from the ring on the small half of the strap.   Weave…

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How To Remove Watch Links With Tool July 10, 2019 – Posted in: Watch Stuff, Smart Watches, Watch Strap Stuff

In this guide, we will explain how to use the metal link removal tool to remove links so you can shorten your watch bracelet. Before you start, measure how many links you will need to remove to resize the band for your wrist. Plan to remove an equal or close to equal number of links from each side of the clasp so that the claps remains in the center of the strap. STEP 1 –…

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2 Rules For Watch Band Styling June 20, 2019 – Posted in: Watch Stuff, Watch Strap Stuff

Now more than ever, the sky really is the limit when it comes to the strap options that are available for your favorite watch. Rubbers, leathers, NATOs, metal bracelets and mesh straps are all on the table, depending on the timepiece. We’re the first to admit that we occasionally take an unconventional approach to strap pairings, but there are some fundamental rules about which straps to pair with which watches, and following these simple rules…

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How To Install A Watch Strap June 12, 2019 – Posted in: Watch Stuff, Watch Strap Stuff

In this guide, we will explain how to install a watch band with standard spring bars. Step 1 – Removing the old strap   1) Lay the watch face down on a soft surface such as a microfiber cloth to avoid damaging the watch.   2) Hold the watch case with one hand while using the other hand to insert a spring bar removal tool in between the lug and the band. You will be able…

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A Guide To Entry-Level Vintage Chronographs March 12, 2019 – Posted in: Watch Stuff

The vintage watch market can be a little overwhelming at times, even to those of us who have been buying, selling and trading for years. While some watches (Heuers, Omegas, etc.) have long been safe bets in terms of appreciation, more and more lesser-known brands have been coming out of the woodwork in recent years, and have gained some decent traction amongst enthusiasts and collectors — especially in the online watch community. While this list…

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