British Military Watches British Military Watches
 
British Military Watches
 

Black / Grey (a close match to the original Admiral Grey colour).

285mm long allowing for proper wrap under finish (not the cheap shorter version).

Straps are stitched around the buckles for extra strength, not the weaker welded type.

Buckles are 316L stainless steel as commonly used in surgical instruments.

Pefect size for those lucky enough to own a genuine British Military Smiths W10 wrist watch.

17mm width will also fit various vintage watches including Dennison cased time pieces.

SMITHS W10 WATCH IS FOR ILLUSTRATION ONLY. IT IS NOT INCLUDED IN THE SALE.

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Single Strap
UK delivery - £14.95 inc postage & packaging

International tracked - £21.95 inc postage & packaging

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Two Straps (1 x Black / 1 x grey)
UK delivery - £24.95 inc postage & packaging

International tracked - £32.95 inc postage & packaging

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To check availability please contact us with your order request and delivery address17mm Nato Watch Strap Smiths w10
straps@britishmilitarywatches.co.uk

 

17mm Nato Strap on Smiths W10
 
17mm Nato Strap on Smiths W10
 
Smiths W10 17mm Nato strap
 
Smiths W10 17mm Nato strap
 
17mm Nato strap
 
Smiths W10 17mm Nato strap
 
Black and grey 17mm Nato straps
 
Smiths W10 Nato watch straps
 
Each strap is individually wrapped
 

 
Image Gallery
 
Vintage Rolex Oyster on BLACK 17mm strap
 
Vintage Rolex Oyster on BLACK 17mm strap
 
Smiths W10 with GREY strap
 
Smiths W10 with GREY strap
 
1956 Omega re-cased with GREY strap
 

Testimonies
 
Highest quality sewn nylon & flawless matte stainless hardware.
Perfect fit.
Jeff Bannon (August 2018)
 

Hello Steve,
The straps arrived in Spain – Love the straps and great packaging and service.
Thanks a lot, until another time.
Stefan (March 2018)