Our diver NATO straps have a characteristic design of a thin central line running down the length of the strap dividing an otherwise solid NATO strap in half. The reason we dubbed this the diver NATO is because it is reminiscent of old school diving helmets with a long breathing tube running from the surface to the depths of the ocean. These straps look perfect and complement your dive watches perfectly.
DETERMINING STRAP SIZE
The size of our straps are determined by the distance between the lugs of your watch. Luckily, finding that measurement is easy. You do not have to bring your watch to a watchmaker to figure that out.
Using a millimeter ruler, simply measure the distance between the tip of your watch or the width of your existing strap (See picture above).
This measurement is known as the lug width and will be useful in helping you pick out the correct size when buying your watch strap.