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How to Care for your Harris Tweed Watch Strap

Harris Tweed is a tweed which has been hand woven by the islanders at their homes in the Outer Hebrides and made from pure virgin wool dyed and spun in the Outer Hebrides of Scotland. The making of Harris Tweed is a long and complicated process. Every inch of this fabric is woven by hand. Its beauty and heritage is without equal thus making it one of the most sought after fabrics in the world. Today, every 50 metres of Harris Tweed are checked by an inspector from the Harris Tweed Authority before being stamped, by hand, with the Orb...

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How to accessories your G-Shock with Vario’s replacement straps

If you have a G-Shock watch from Casio you might feel stuck with the type of bands which are available from the watch company. In many cases Casio will ship these watches out with a plain black polyurethane band. While these can be great for creating a fairly functional strap that will hold your watch up for some time, you can enjoy changing it up for new fashion options with the help of Vario’s G-Shock kit which includes a Nato strap, Casio’s Nato adapter and a spring bar tool to help you get started. When the time comes that you...

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How to install Casio G-Shock Nato Strap Adapters

This is a genuine adapter from Casio Factory to convert your G-Shock so that you will be able to use straps like Nato and Zulu Straps for better fit, comfort and durability. Allows Casio G-Shock watches to be used with 22mm and 24mm Nato or Zulu straps. You will be able to use 22mm but there will be some play. Works with Casio DW5000, DW5200, DW5300, DW5600, DW5300CV, DW5600, DW6100, DW6200, DW6500, DW6900, G-2500, G-8900, GA100 series, GDF100 series, GL7200 series, GLS5600, Frogman and many other Casios that feature 16mm lug width.  Any G-Shock that can accept a standard 16mm spring bar...

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How to install and wear a Nato strap

Step 1Orientate the strap so the keepers and buckle face up (same direction as watch) Step 2Insert the strap between the top spring bar and the watch case and pull through Now you will do the same on the bottom of the watch and pull the long part of the strap back through Step 3Adjust the watch case close to the 2nd keeper from buckle Step 4Pull the long part of the watch strap back through the floating keeper on the shorter part of the strap. Voila!There you have a working strap! Extra StepYou can tuck the excess length back...

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How to prepare your watch for NATO strap

See how easy it is to prepare your watch for NATO strap You only need to do it once and swapping between NATO straps take less than 1 minute. STEP 1From the back side of your watch, insert the forked end of your spring bar tool in between the strap and the watch lug. The spring bar has a ridge that the tool will grab, allowing it to compress. STEP 2Gently apply pressure towards the strap (away from the watch) to depress the spring bar. At the same time, apply some downward pressure so the bar will pop out. If...

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