VI. Straps and Bracelets

What should I do if I lose my spring bars (or need spring bars)?

The quickest/easiest way to replace a spring bar would be locally - you can go to any watch store or jeweler and pick up a 20mm spring bar for about $1. If you'd prefer to pick one up online, we actu…

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Why does the price change from collection page to product pages?

The difference in pricing that you're seeing is due to strap options - the base price is for nylon or rubber straps, and the "upgrade" price is for either leather or bracelet options. Because all Vae…

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Why is there an extra length on my single pass strap?

Our single pass straps are designed to be large enough to fit over a wetsuit, so they will often have an extra bit of length on the end, which can easily be folded back in the keeper loops. If your w…

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What are Vaer's strap sizes?

The Vaer straps sizes are as follows: Single-Pass Nylon Strap: Length - 255mm First hole - 146.05mm Last hole - 231.14mm Quick Release Nylon Strap: Length - 255mm First hole - 163mm Last hole - 218mm…

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What's the difference between the Vaer's premium and standard stainless steel bracelet?

- The Standard Bracelet has a 20mm to 18mm taper, cotter (push) links, quick release pins, and a standard dive clasp. - The Premium Bracelet has a 20mm to 16mm taper, screw links, quick release pins,…

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What is the difference between the lined and unlined leather straps?

The main difference, reflected in the different prices, is a difference in fit and finish. Both the lined and unlined straps are made from Horween leather. Our two-piece premium lined leather strap i…

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