Buying a replacement strap for your TAG Heuer Golf watch

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What to look out for:

At present, if you want to buy a replacement strap for your TAG Heuer Golf watch you have three options: a genuine TH replacement strap, at an eye-watering £200 or so; one of our carefully crafted genuine silicone replacements, at under £40; or a cheap rubber replacement from the US at around £30.  Let's compare:

Comparison

Genuine TH Replacement Watchstrapworld Silicone Replacement Cheap Rubber Replacement
  • TAG Heuer Branding front & rear
  • Material: High quality silicone, extremely flexible
  • Moulding quality: High
  • Standard of fitment where strap attaches to watch: Excellent
  • Length: 220 mm
  • Golf wording on front, WSW logo on rear
  • Material: High quality silicone, extremely flexible
  • Moulding quality: High
  • Standard of fitment where strap attaches to watch: Excellent
  • Length: 220 mm
  • No branding
  • Material: Low grade rubber, not very flexible
  • Moulding quality: Low
  • Standard of fitment where strap attaches to watch: Poor
  • Length: 200 mm
Cost: £200 Cost: £40 Cost:£30
Warranty: Goodwill only, considered a consumable item Warranty: 12-month RTB replacement Warranty: Not stated
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You get what you pay for (mostly)

If you're a brand snob, then you may well consider £200 for a replacement strap to be money well spent.  If you'd rather save some money, but still want a strap that's made to the same quality standard as the original, from the same highly flexible silicone material, then the WSW offering speaks for itself.  The cheap rubber version?  Well, it isn't even that cheap by comparison to ours, and given its shortcomings we can't see why anybody would waste money buying one.  Have a look at the photos below and we're sure you will agree (if we're being honest, we think our strap is actually better than the original too).
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Conclusion

You can accuse us of being biased, but given the evidence we've presented, we don't believe we are.  The quality of the cheap rubber alternative from the USA is so poor that you'd have to be mad to waste money on it, especially considering that our strap is an order of magnitude better for not a lot more money.  In the end the decision is yours, but we don't believe you will be disappointed with one of our straps, whereas we are sure you WILL be if you opt for the slightly cheaper alternative.
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