Measuring Your Watch and Wrist is Quick and Easy

You need 3 measurements for a perfect and comfortable band:

  1. Measure your wrist
  2. Measure your watch case size
  3. Measure your watch lug width

STEP 1: WRIST MEASUREMENT

Always measure your wrist for a comfortable band!

What will cause fitting inaccuracies:

  • Measuring any regular watch band or strap
  • Guessing your wrist size

Here is a simple step to obtain an accurate wrist measurement:

If you don’t have a tape measure handy, use a strip of paper or thin string, and mark it where it overlaps on your wrist. Then lay the strip flat to measure up to the mark using any ruler. 

Your size is where number zero meets with the highest number on the tape!

STEP 2: WATCH CASE MEASUREMENT

  • Lay your watch on a flat surface, then use a tape measure or ruler to measure your watch from lug to lug. The measurement should be from the 12 o’clock hour down to the 6 o’clock hour. (The lugs are the space where the band connects to the watch)

STEP 3: WATCH LUG MEASUREMENT

  • Lugs are the space where the watch band connects to the watch. Most watches use spring bars, but some Casio and similar watches may have strap screws instead.

The case size and lug width should be in millimeters. Conversion from inches to mm can be easily done on the internet! Just search on Google or your current search engine for inches to millimeters conversion.

 

Learn How to Measure Your Wrist and Watch Accurately

Watch this 2.5 min video on how to obtain these measurements