Watch bands are ordered by the width of the band (in millimeters) where it attaches to the watch.

The easiest way to check your band size is to check the back of the band for any stampings that would indicate the size (like the sample below).  Use our convenient measuring print out here to get an accurate measurement.

            

If there is no indication of the size on the back of your old band, then make a measurement between the lugs where the band attaches to the watch (like the sample below).  NOTE: If you want to use your old buckle, measure the buckle width of the band the same way (between the points where the band attaches to the buckle).  Order our accurate, easy to use tool used for measuring watch bands and the lug end of watches here.

Use the conversion chart below if you do not have a ruler or measuring device that has millimeter settings.  Order our accurate, easy to use tool used for measuring watch bands and the lug end of watches here.

Inches Millimeters
1 1/10" 28
1" 26
15/16" 24
7/8" 22
13/16" 21
25/32" 20
3/4" 19
11/16" 18
21/32" 17
5/8" 16
19/32" 15
9/16" 14
1/2" 13
15/32" 12
7/16" 11
3/8" 10
11/32" 9
5/16 8

 

Determine the length of your band by measuring the length of both pieces together but not including the buckle (like the image below).

7 1/4" to 7 1/2" is considered a regular length. (all of our bands are regular length except when noted)

6 1/2" to 6 3/4" is considered a short length.

8 1/4" to 8 1/2" is considered a long length.

9 1/4" to 9 1/2" is considered a extra long length.