How to Install a Nato Strap on your watch
The most common request that we receive from our clients is about how to install a NATO watch strap.
First, you will need to remove your current watch strap or watch bracelet before you can install a new NATO strap that came with your watch. There is a special tool known as "spring bar tools" that will help you remove the pins or spring bars that hold your current watch bracelet or watch bands on to the watch case.
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Below is a visual instructions showing how to change and install a Nato Watch Strap on your Watch.
The NATO strap's buckle side should be on the 12 o'clock side of the watch. Slide the tip of the strap through the spring bar and the case of the watch.
Take the same end of the NATO strap that remains and slide it through the 6 o'clock side of the watch case and the spring bar.
And the last part is to slide the end of the same side of the strap from the loop and pull it outward to tighten and pass through the loop completely.
Now the installation of the Nato strap on your watch is complete. The back side of your watch should look like this picture. The buckle side should be at the 12 O' Clock side, and the strap is passed through both spring bars as well as the loop / ring, and ends at the 6 O'Clock side of the watch.
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