How To Fit A NATO Watch Strap

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In this guide Tim from WatchGecko will talk you through the process of fitting a NATO watch strap to your watch.
We have also created a YouTube video to show you how it's done.
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In this video we will talk you through the process of fitting a NATO or ZULU watch strap to your watch.
Initially the process involves removing the original strap that was fitted to your watch.  For this you will need a spring bar tool or small screwdriver.
Carefully remove the original strap and then re-fit the spring bars.  Unlike a traditional watch strap, the NATO strap is fitted back to the watch after the spring bars have been installed.
All NATO straps from WatchGecko are supplied with new spring bars.
Once the spring bars have been installed, you simply feed the NATO strap through the gaps and tuck the end though the part that sits behind the watch.
All NATO straps from WatchGecko are made longer than most to ensure that the end can be tucked back through the loops.
There are many sellers here on eBay offering NATO straps at a wide range of price points.  We pride ourselves in the quality of our products, many of which are made exclusively for us.  We will not be the cheapest, but we feel that ours offer the best value for money.
We offer NATO and ZULU watch straps made from genuine leather and we also have an excellent range of nylon NATO straps in our eBay store.
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