Should your strap start to loosen after some time, consider doing a firm loop through the ladder buckle. This easy tip will stop the strap from slipping further.
Not all are familiar with Single pass Straps. See how this quick adjustment loop is done by looping through the ladder buckle and watch head. (best viewed in landscape mode on phone)
Position the watch such that the buckle and folds are on the underside of your wrist.
The strap is adjustable for different wrist sizes. They are 1.3 – 1.5mm thick for 20mm width and 1.4 – 1.6mm thick for 22mm width.
Reducing bulk when wearing your strap?
Use this simple trick to help your watch sit flat on your wrist without keepers protruding at the side of your wrist.
Have the fixed keeper positioned about 3cm from your watch lugs at the 12 O’clock position. This gap allows for only 1 layer of strap to be on the side of your wrist.
Your buckle may not sit at the very center of your wrist but closer to the lugs at 6 O’clock position. This allows the 2 keepers to lie on the underside of your wrist and results in a clean look.
Its’s easy to loop a single pass with a quick adjustment loop. See how in the next video.
Shown below on the left is a firm loop while the right is the quick adjustment loop. The firm loop is firmer but it takes a longer time and practice to adjust the strap length. However, after you have sized it correctly, there will not be any giving way to the strap length.
Firm loop Quick adjustment loop
Which loop should you use?
As the name suggest, a firm loop will hold your strap’s length without compromise. However it takes a longer time and more practice to adjust the strap’s length appropriately.
The Herringbone Twill, X-Hatch and Reversible Silk Strap don’t need a firm loop to stay in position while the other ranges depends on your wrist size, watch weight and lug to lug size combination.
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