Watch Size Guide
A watch size guide typically includes the measurements of a watch's case. Please Print the PDF version for sizing.
The width of the case is the most common way of measuring a round watch, measured from left to right on the crown side but not including crown in the measurement.
The Lug to Lug size can be measure from top of the lug to bottom of the lug on the strap side. This is helpful for none round watches, watches with big lug or no lugs, and newer watches.
its height (measured from top to bottom) which is useful for thicker diving watches or thinner dress watches.
The lug size is the width of the Lug. It is used for size of the watch's band or strap, and the distance between the lugs (the parts of the case that hold the band or strap in place).
To determine the best fit for your wrist, you should measure the circumference of your wrist and compare it to the measurements provided in the guide. It's also important to consider the style of watch you prefer and how it will look on your wrist.
Here is a guide to help you determine the lug size of your watch:
- Measure the distance between the lugs of your watch (the metal parts that the watch strap or bracelet attaches to). This distance is usually measured in millimeters.
- Once you have this measurement, you can use a lug size chart to determine the size of your watch. Many watch brands have their own lug size charts, so you can check the manufacturer's website for specific information.
- If you're not sure of the brand of your watch or can't find a lug size chart, you can also use a general lug size chart that lists common sizes for different watch brands.
- Keep in mind that some watches may have different lug sizes between the top and bottom of the watch (This is extremely rare and more for fashion or fashion women watches), so be sure to measure both to ensure the right fit.
- Remember, when purchasing replacement straps or bracelets, make sure they have the same lug size as your watch to ensure they fit properly.
It's important to note that, lug size can vary from watch to watch, so it's best to measure your watch and compare it to the lug size chart to ensure the best fit.