We are both proud and excited to now carry Maratac™ brand Zulu® watch straps. These straps are everything we could want in a watch strap for use in a high stakes environment. The nylon is both soft but firm with laser burnt holes leaving no nasty burrs to irritate your wrist or wear on your wet suit. The buckles are made from brushed high grade 316L Stainless Steel that has extremely low (if any) magnetic properties making these straps ideal for use with your dive compass as well as your watch. These bands are a one-piece design that weaves through your watch for maximum watch security during wet operations or just around town. King Neptune has enough watches. He doesn't need yours too. We would gladly put these bands up against any other band on the market as the most rugged and secure available. Solid and robust with no frills.
Just In: Maratac™ Zulu® 4 buckle bands. These bands have an additional set of rings that prevent any possibility of your watch moving on the band. These bands also are available with Darkened "Low-Lite" finished 316L Stainless Steel hardware or simple brushed 316L Stainless finish.
(Note: 20mm Fits SARs and Marathon Navigators and many civilian watches, but you should measure to be sure)
(Note: 22mm Fits Most Luminox and Seiko Dive watches, but you should measure to be sure)
This is my 5th Maratac Zulu strap.
Excellent quality and durability.
Bought it for my husband, he loved it said it was comfortable and the size was perfect.
I committed the mistake to order an 18 (only size available duh) instead of a 22, anyway it still does the job, I ended using it in another watch I wasn't intending to, about the strap, it is sturdy, took some time to break in, the best feature this Zulu strap is way better than any other I've tried is the length and position of the set of 2 loops, seems other companies don't understand that using the second loop shortens the overall available length due the "bulk" of the overlap which consumes distance to the wrist, in other words it will not sit flat and that's by design, don't get me wrong, that second passing is the reason I like Zulus more than natos, why have pressure on the spring bar when you can move it somewhere else and preserve it, this is the only Zulu I've found that compensates and gives you that extra length without the extra charge.