Helvetica watch straps

The Mondaine Helvetica watch is named after the eponymous font that originated in Switzerland. Use these genuine replacement straps to make your watch young again.

Getting the correct Helvetica watch strap is easy! Says he!
If you know the number of the watch then key it into the search box above. The number is comprised of AAN.ANNNN.AA [A= Alpha digit, N = Numeric digit}.  Key the middle 5 digits into the box.

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If this does’t produce the results, try keying in a description of he strap, for example colour.

If this doesn’t work, then we can try visual identification. We have split the many available straps into their descriptive appearance. Once you have the correct visual ID, you will need a width size. A couple of steps to help you on that point.

Firstly, on the inner of the tail part of the strap, near the end should be a number – 12 = 12mm – that is the width of the strap. If the number is faint due to wear, as it is embossed then shining sunlight or a strong artificial light over it should raise the shadow and highlight the strap size. Alternatively, measure the gap between the stanchions or lugs where the strap attaches itself to the watch. Take care as there are generally 2mm variations. There is a (hopefully) helpful video on this page.

P.S. All straps are delivered with the attaching springbars – it isn’t necessary to replace them, and having a spare might be useful, so maybe tuck the old ones, or the new ones, in a drawer.

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