This buckle is designed for all types of watches with leather watch bands. These are designed to be easily attached to existing or new leather watch bands and include the band pin that holds the buckle in place. The buckle clasp is a simple and sturdy design made to hold your watch band securely closed, this is probably the most common watch clasp for leather watches. These clasps are great for people who want a basic clasp with no extra frills for their leather watch band. Each clasp is sold separately allowing you to decide the color and size of the replacement clasp you need. Simply select the size and color you need from the drop down menu above. These watch bands clasps can be used to replace a broken clasp or to upgrade your current watch band clasp. The watch band clasps are attached with a simple spring watch pin that is easy to remove making this a quick replacement job that anyone can do.
Please note: Buckle sizes are the inside of the buckle or the outside of the band where the clasp will attach
- Available sizes in nickel and gold plated: 6 mm, 8 mm, 10mm, 12mm, 13mm, 14mm, 16mm, 18mm, 20mm, 22mm, 24mm, 26mm, 28mm, 30mm
- Available sizes in stainless steel: 32mm, 34mm, 36mm
- Available sizes in rose gold and black PVD: 16mm, 18mm, 20mm, 22mm
- These replacement buckles are for leather watch bands
- These are the most basic type of clasp
- Made for regular and new wider watch bands
- Sold individually
- Styles and outside dimensions of buckles may vary
How does the PVD process work?
The high-purity, solid coating material (metals such as titanium, chromium and aluminum) is either evaporated by heat or by bombardment with ions (sputtering). At the same time, a reactive gas (e.g. nitrogen or a gas containing carbon) is introduced; it forms a compound with the metal vapor and is deposited on the tools or components as a thin, highly adherent coating. In order to obtain a uniform coating thickness, the parts are rotated at uniform speed about several axes.
The properties of the coating (such as hardness, structure, chemical and temperature resistance, adhesion) can be accurately controlled.
The PVD processes include arc evaporation, sputtering, ion plating and enhanced sputtering.
*Sizes are approximate as measurements may vary slightly by gauge.