Measure your Lug Width

The distance between the lugs – expressed in MM

Take a ruler, tape measure or digital calipers and measure the distance between the lugs. This is typically expressed in millimetres.

In the example below you will see that this Tudor Snowflake has a ‘Lug Width’ of 20mm. This is the lug width you would select when choosing your strap.

Measure your wrist size

This determines the circumference of your wrist and therefore the length of strap that you require

When you come to choose your strap size on our product page you will notice we include a helpful size chart in the drop down and all you need to do is match your wrist circumference to the corresponding size in the chart. Use the following method to help you quickly determine the best fit:

Option 1 (the best option): If you have one take a tape measure and wrap it around your wrist. There’s no need to do this tightly, just so it is a comfortable fit. Note down this measurement as it will determine your strap size

Option 2: Use a shoe lace or a piece of thread and wrap it around your wrist, then note where it meets in the middle and lay it flat against a rule to determine your wrist circumference

Option 3: Take an old strap that you know fits you well and measure the length of each strap (excluding the buckle). In the below example you can see that the long piece is 120mm and the short piece is 70mm.

Always measure the strap length excluding the buckle.

Still Unsure?

Don’t worry, I am here to help, simply contact me and I would be more than happy to help. It’s important to me that you get the perfect fitting watch strap!