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    Navy Rubberised Leather (Togo) Signature Strap

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    Yes, you heard that right. This unique material blends together the properties of leather and rubber into one, bringing the touch and feel of leather with the waterproofness and scratch-resistant nature of rubber. With our Rubberised Leather series, we can now bring our signature handcrafting to a new collection of straps that is ready to take on the elements!

    The Togo pattern is embossed onto the Rubberised Leather material. This truly is the best of both worlds, as it looks 100% like leather, but comes with all the benefit of rubber.

    Note: We do not recommend swimming with these straps or soaking them in water for prolonged periods. While the material itself is waterproof, the construction is not, and submerging the strap in water will cause damage to the strap (for example, the glue holding the material together may no longer be effective).

    • Strap Style:Signature
    • Thread Colour:19 - Navy Blue
    • Strap Thickness:4.5-2.2mm
    • Buckle Type:Regular, Engraved
    • Buckle Finish & Colour:Brushed Silver

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 1 review
    Gordon H. (Pasadena, US)
    Buckle fell of the strap

    I have received my order yesterday. There were 4 different straps and one of the strap Navy Rubberised Leather (Togo) have an issue with the buckle. I put the strap on my Zenith and the buckle came off the strap before I can secure it on my wrist. Luckily I was able to catch the watch and there was no damage. I was a bit shocked and disappointed and really worry about using straps from this brand

    I looked at the buckle and try to put it back and for the life of me could not slide the other end into the hole. I took a closer looks and saw that both of the holes facing inward have a concentric ridge protruding from the surface and therefore when you try to slid the spring bar to the holes it is preventing the spring bar end to drop into the holes. I believe a good quality strap is not only about the strap material but the hardware is also improtant. If the hardware fails the watches can be damaged.