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TheWatchFace’s Guide for Kevlar Straps

by Karl Swanepoel 0

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Kevlar Straps Guide

Kevlar is the synthetic material used for bullet proof vests and other similar appliances, and when I found out you could get Kevlar watch straps I was immediately intrigued.

After browsing around the internet, I got in touch with a company called StrappedForTime who kindly sent some of the models they sell to be used in this article.

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At first I was immediately impressed with the quality and durability of these straps. You can really feel just by wearing the strap that it will be able to take anything.

On top of the quality and durability, they also look very cool and rugged and look especially good on diver’s watches as seen with my Citizen NY0040.

They are synthetic, so on top of everything they are also waterproof which is a definite bonus.

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The plain model looks smart and works especially well with this vintage Rado that I have it on.

As you can see these straps attach like most normal watch straps, and would be most comparable to leather straps in my opinion, making them a great waterproof alternative.

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The straps that were sent out to me are of a very high quality, however as they are my first encounter with Kevlar Straps I am unable to guarantee that other places will also be of this high quality.

Where to Buy

The straps featured in this article along with many more alternatives can be found at StrappedForTime.com.

I personally recommend them because after having tried and tested their products, I can confidently say that they are amazing value for money and of the best quality I have personally experienced.

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Also be sure to check our Guide to Carbon Fibre Watch Straps, which you’ll also find on StrappedForTime’s website!

Wrapping up

We hope you enjoyed this guide on Kevlar Straps, and thank you to StrappedForTime for sending them out for a review!

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