WE MANUFACTURE FAITHFUL REPRODUCTIONS OF THE MUCH LOVED A.F.0210. MILITARY WATCH STRAP
The A.F.0210. strap has a unique history, and is very hard to find, with original straps now commanding upwards of £250.
We are now manufacturing and selling faithful reproduction A.F.0210.® straps, primarily because we desired an A.F.0210. strap, and found one almost impossible to find.
A.F.0210. FAITHFUL REPRODUCTIONS
A true slice of history. This is the correct strap for any WW2 and Cold War watch. The A.F.0210. is the canvas webbing strap issued in 1945 at the same time as the 12 brands of W.W.W. watches (nicknamed the Dirty Dozen), and then used on other British military watches.
Virtually indistinguishable from the original issued A.F.0210. strap. (We emboss our buckles to preserve their value).
Military functionality. The strap is infinitely adjustable and made from a canvas webbing that is both incredibly durable and comfortably soft.
THE 6B/2617 STRAP
The original nylon NATO strap. This is the strap issued by the RAF in 1954 for the RAF navigator watches.
A true copy of the unique nylon 8 rib weave, and embossed 6B/2617 underneath the buckle.
Available now in 16mm, 18mm and 20mm.
THE RAF STRAP OUR NEW PROJECT - BY REQUEST.
Developed from the strap issued by the RAF in 1954 for the RAF navigator watches.
Using the unique nylon 8 rib weave in the James Bond (1963) RAF strap style .
Available now 18mm and 20mm.
TR-900 STRAP, THE MILSPEC STRAP FOR 1960’S DIVE WATCHES
In 1964 the Tornek-Rayville military dive watch was issued on a strap meeting the military specification MIL-S-46383, STRAP, WRIST: INSTRUMENT of 20 July 1963.
The strap was the Type I – Strap, Special Purpose: Non-Magnetic Buckle.
Recreated to the original military specification
The VB Hygienique Strap
The original WW2 NATO strap. This strap was available in 1945 in military stores.
With a ladder buckle, this strap is fully adjustable.
Available now in 16mm and 18mm widths.
HISTORY OF THE A.F.0210. STRAP
PART OF THE 44 PATTERN WEBBING SET
The A.F.0210. strap was introduced by the MoD for military watches and compasses in 1945, with a stores description A6/AF0210 : STRAP, WRIST, INSTRUMENT, quickly shortened to the AF0210 strap.
The A.F.0210. strap was part of the light weight 1944 pattern (44 pattern) webbing introduced by the MoD in 1945 to overcome the shortcomings of the earlier 37 pattern webbing. This new webbing was designed initially for General Service, but it was introduced as Jungle Warfare Equipment (designated A6/AFxxxx) just as WWII ended.