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Corby Rugged Croc Grain Watch Strap by Geckota £7.20 @ Watchgecko
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Corby Rugged Croc Grain Watch Strap by Geckota £7.20 @ Watchgecko

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Posted 20th Jun

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Been on the lookout for a leather strap for a smartwatch. Usual price is between £18 and £28, so under £8 seems a good price.

4mm thick, so a chunky strap for the right watch. 22mm and 24mm available.

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Last time I posted a Deal for Geckota, it got deleted
They look nice. Thanks for the post.
Just because smartwatch was mentioned - be aware that this isn't a quick-release strap so you'll need some form of tool to remove/install the spring bars.
mario99920/06/2019 22:42

Why?



No idea, maybe not affiliate-friendly at the time. They have a good clearance sale on at the moment.

They're actually Watch Gecko, not Geckota, I'm thinking of their watches, d'oh.
louiselouise20/06/2019 23:03

No idea, maybe not affiliate-friendly at the time. They have a good …No idea, maybe not affiliate-friendly at the time. They have a good clearance sale on at the moment.They're actually Watch Gecko, not Geckota, I'm thinking of their watches, d'oh.


Don't know if the app is glitching or the deal has been removed, but it doesn't seem to show up for me now.
Like the look of these and they're a decent thickness.
Never ordered any straps from these guys, but they get a good rep so i'm gonna order a couple of these straps.
Brilliant value replacement for a Hamilton khaki strap.
This one was suggested on WUS earlier (by No1VIPER, I've bookmarked it and might pull the trigger) £12.24aliexpress.com/ite…tml

(Actually, even cheaper here and here 22mm is £7.37)

Not relevant to the seller, but relevant to the discussion about straps, I love the look of this one 37905566-lfDJj.jpgMind you, this one looks identical (apart from the clasp) and is half the price. Going to have to start reading reviews!
Edited by: "louiselouise" 21st Jun
Cheers ordered 2.
Would the brown one suit a Seiko Alpinist SARB017?
l33d521/06/2019 00:01

Would the brown one suit a Seiko Alpinist SARB017?

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I have this one on mine- unbranded. Think it looks cool 🏻. Anything is better than the oem Seiko strap
midlifecrisisT21/06/2019 00:32

[Image] I have this one on mine- unbranded. Think it looks cool 🏻. …[Image] I have this one on mine- unbranded. Think it looks cool 🏻. Anything is better than the oem Seiko strap



I've got a Blue strap, admittedly it's a bit crap but I think I'll stay with Blue in future
Hot & Bought.
LetoKynes20/06/2019 22:57

Just because smartwatch was mentioned - be aware that this isn't a …Just because smartwatch was mentioned - be aware that this isn't a quick-release strap so you'll need some form of tool to remove/install the spring bars.


LetoKynes20/06/2019 22:57

Just because smartwatch was mentioned - be aware that this isn't a …Just because smartwatch was mentioned - be aware that this isn't a quick-release strap so you'll need some form of tool to remove/install the spring bars.


Hi, it is that easy to remove/fit the spring bars, no need to have special tools, just use a penknife or a small screwdriver and press down the notch (on either end), and the spring bar will just be loose from the hole (on the watch)
LetoKynes20/06/2019 22:57

Just because smartwatch was mentioned - be aware that this isn't a …Just because smartwatch was mentioned - be aware that this isn't a quick-release strap so you'll need some form of tool to remove/install the spring bars.


A spring bar tool. Costs around 3 quid, and can be used by virtually any homosapien
Not quick release won't wanna scratch my watch fiddling getting this on
ikan-kembung21/06/2019 02:50

Hi, it is that easy to remove/fit the spring bars, no need to have special …Hi, it is that easy to remove/fit the spring bars, no need to have special tools, just use a penknife or a small screwdriver and press down the notch (on either end), and the spring bar will just be loose from the hole (on the watch)


It can be done with a penknife/screwdriver, but is a lot easier with a springbar tool. You risk scratching your watch with a penknife as well.
Edited by: "mario999" 21st Jun
Would not put a screwdriver or penknife anywhere near your watch 🙈. If you are going to be changing regularly then I highly recommend picking up a Bergeon 6767. Cost around £18 quid but it just can’t be beaten 🏻
Thanks for the heads up @mario999 I’ve just spent £80 on different straps 🙈 🏻
midlifecrisisT21/06/2019 07:25

Would not put a screwdriver or penknife anywhere near your watch 🙈. If …Would not put a screwdriver or penknife anywhere near your watch 🙈. If you are going to be changing regularly then I highly recommend picking up a Bergeon 6767. Cost around £18 quid but it just can’t be beaten 🏻


Same... Slip and scratch watch easily not for me
Great deal, thanks
Bought their 21mm Milanese strap from Geckota, and to be honest I am more than pleased. Good find OP
Edited by: "ezdrs" 21st Jun
Watch Gecko are great quality, reasonably priced and were helpful via email.
Edited by: "DJSlime" 21st Jun
Wonder how difficult it would be to fit a quick release spring bar to this strap?
mario99921/06/2019 10:14

Wonder how difficult it would be to fit a quick release spring bar to this …Wonder how difficult it would be to fit a quick release spring bar to this strap?


I wouldn't imagine you could. But why would you need to?
Dekard9721/06/2019 12:03

I wouldn't imagine you could. But why would you need to?


Just for the ease of swapping out quickly if needed. Will just use a spring bar tool I guess.
Cracking deal ! Ordered cheers OP
Cheers OP,
not seen that site before,
been on the look out for a quality green strap to match my Bulova surveyor.
Weird how every shop around me does not do a green watch strap!
Great value, costs me £155 to get a new strap then another £65 for the buckle.
Measure the lug width of the watch first
Thanks for posting @mario999 we have added this to todays Highlights
midlifecrisisT21/06/2019 07:25

Would not put a screwdriver or penknife anywhere near your watch 🙈. If …Would not put a screwdriver or penknife anywhere near your watch 🙈. If you are going to be changing regularly then I highly recommend picking up a Bergeon 6767. Cost around £18 quid but it just can’t be beaten 🏻


Wooden tooth pick, free from your local steak house if you’re feeling extra tight. And works a treat
Woke up at 3.40am for a pee... Ended up buying a watch strap for my gear s3! Thank you
Does anyone know where to get metal straps for casio g-shock? Thanks.
Brilliant company. Great straps and watches (look at the Seiko's as well as their own).
Does anyone knew any good deal for 23mm strap for Armani watch?
Long shot ,but has anyone tried these on a Panerai ?
andywedge21/06/2019 22:37

Thanks for posting @mario999 we have added this to todays Highlights



What's going on Andy? I did a Deal for this vendor and it was deleted hours ago.
louiselouise22/06/2019 11:19

What's going on Andy? I did a Deal for this vendor and it was deleted …What's going on Andy? I did a Deal for this vendor and it was deleted hours ago.



Looks like it was deactivated (I'm guessing whilst checked) and now it's live on the forum. Sorry about that.
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