This strap is part of a limited edition sold only in 24mm, once sold out will no longer be available. The strap will be shipped with an Aple Watch adapter fitted for free!
The color of Apple Watch Adapter must be specified in the notes of the order otherwise the default will be the Stainless Steel. We remind you that the available colors are: Black PVD, Gold, Gold Rose, Stainless Steel
Venezia is the vintage watch strap that made us popular all over the world
This band is suitable for all timepieces in terms of sizes, styles, colours and design.
Venezia has an extra touch thanks to the stitching at the top and at the bottom.
The calfskin genuine leather lining is hypoallergenic and breathable.
All the little imperfections that are visible on the straps are inner characteristic of the leather we use. These peculiarities enhance the vintage aspect of the watchbands, making each of them different from the other.
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- Watch strap lenghts: longer piece 12cm; shorter piece without buckle 7,5cm
- Thickness: 3,4mm
Available lengths and sizes
To find the best strap for your watch and your wrist, you first need to know the different lengths and sizes available. Follow the steps below:
1. Width of the lug
To know the width of the lug pin of your watch, measure with a ruler the distance between the two lugs, the protruding ends in the upper and lower part of the watch to which the strap is attached.
2. Lenght of the strap
For optimal use of the watch, it is essential to purchase a strap of a length suitable for your wrist. Measure the length of the last strap that felt comfortable.
3. Size of the buckle
All our straps are supplied with a stainless steel buckle, normal or satin finished depending on the model, on which the ColaReb® logo is engraved. If you wish to use the buckle of a previous strap, for example, the one supplied with the watch, compare the size of your buckle with the one in the descriptions of our products.
4. Thickness of the strap
From an aesthetic point of view, thin or flat watches are better matched to thin straps, while robust and large watches require a thicker strap for better ergonomics and a more homogeneous design.