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Check the model number on the back case of your watch. Search the model number using the search box below:
On the image you can see where you should be able to find the case code. This method of searching for a watch strap is recommended because it gives the most reliable results
Enter the case code in the field below
View the images to see what is meant by strap mount
This type of band can be recognized by the end of the strap (straight) or the way the band is mounted on the case (with some space in between)
You can recognize this type of strap mount by the non-straight end of the strap
The lug width is the internal width measured between the two lugs of the watch case (where the watch strap fits)
See the image to see how you can measure the strap width
Unfortunately our strap search couldn't find any results for watch straps without a straight strap mount. Please contact our Customer Service to find the right watch strap. E-mail a picture of the front and back of your watchCustomer service
Unfortunately our strap search couldn't find any results. Please contact our Customer Service to find the right watch strap. E-mail a picture of the front and back of your watch, so that we can help you further with finding the right watch strap.Customer service
Most Danish Design watch straps have a straight strap mount, which means you can choose from all straps with the same mount width. However, some models of watches have a different type of strap. The code number (on the case back) of the watch corresponds with the code of the strap. If a strap is suitable for more than one watch this is stated in the product description. If you cannot find the strap or bracelet for your particular Danish Design watch, please contact us and we will try to find the correct strap or a suitable alternative for you. To shop Danish Design watches, click here.