Find out how to disassemble your old strap
To remove the old strap from the lugs of your watch and fit the new one follow the steps below:
Some straps are attached to the watch with screws. Usually these are small screws visible on the sides of the lug pins on the lug. To remove this type of strap, simply unscrew the screws with a small screwdriver and screw them back onto the new product. ColaReb® straps can be mounted on this type of watch as long as there is a steel stem inside the removed strap that can be reinserted and reused in the new strap.
Often the older or period wristwatches do not have spring lugs but have fixed bars onto which to anchor the strap. If you have a fixed bar watch, discover the ColaReb® Strip Strap and Open collections.
If the ends of the buckle have perforated holes, it is possible to remove the spring lug from the outside, using the pointed end of a tweezer.
Some straps have buckles with screws. Usually these are small screws visible on the sides. To remove this type of buckle, simply unscrew the screws with a small screwdriver and screw them back onto the new buckle. ColaReb® does not produce straps that use buckles with screw connections.
If the buckle of an old strap is to be kept and has a large tip (prong), it is important to check that the holes of the new strap are the same size as those of the original strap.