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Crafter Blue Curved End Watch Strap For The Tudor Pelagos

Crafter Blue Curved End Watch Strap For The Tudor Pelagos Luxury Items

Crafter Blue has previously introduced curved end rubber straps for both Seiko and Tudor dive watches, as well as its own first dive watch, the Mechanic Ocean.  If you are Seiko fans, you might have already heard about the curved end rubber strap for popular Seiko dive watches like the Sumo. Crafter Blue has expanded their product lines and introduced their first rubber strap for Tudor’s Heritage Black Bay earlier this year. Now, they release their second strap model for the Tudor Pelagos and Pelagos LHD.

Unlike other low-tech straps made from silicon, all Crafter Blue rubber straps are made from pure vulcanized rubber that provides duality, toughness, and softness in daily use. Both the tang buckle and keeper are made of 316L stainless steel. With a curved end design, the strap is totally integrated into the lug areas without any gaps, which enhances the look of the watches. The strap varies in 3 mono colors and 2 dual-tone colors.

Crafter Blue Curved End Watch Strap For The Tudor Pelagos Luxury Items

Crafter Blue Curved End Watch Strap For The Tudor Pelagos Luxury Items

The Crafter Blue curved end watch straps cost $65 for the mono-color versions (available in black, blue, and green) and $75 for the dual-tone straps (either in blue or black with red touches). Right now they are both available for pre-order with 25% off and you can look into them here on their e-commerce page.

Crafter Blue Curved End Watch Strap For The Tudor Pelagos Luxury Items

Crafter Blue also plans to make high-end straps for Rolex and Omega. If you are interested, you can vote for your favorite Rolex or Omega watches here.


– Strap length: 220mm

– Lug width: 22mm

– Thickness at lug: 7.5mm

– Thickness at end: 3.5mm

– Universal fit for wrist sizes up to 220mm depending upon the actual length  of the watch

– Buckle material: 316L stainless steel

– Buckle size: fit to 20mm strap

– Keeper material: 316L stainless steel

– Keeper size: fit to 20mm strap

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  • SuperStrapper

    At least these guys have the balls to hear some commentary. Although their pricing is at least on this planet.

    • Gokart Mozart

      Relatively cheap, buy you could still buy a branded tyre for a VW golf for that price

    • gw01

      I mean… think they kinda listen; remember when they released that one crazy over priced watch and ended up having to cut prices in half cos the market didn’t bite?
      They are greedy in my books, but it’s not their fault there are people with more money than sense.

  • Hannibal

    I don’t see the point of these straps, given the fact that Pelagos already comes with an absolutely awesome rubber strap that can be attached on its steel endlinks. Not only that it is practical, it also looks great. Now, if these were for some other models, Black Bay for instance (I think that Everest already does it) or even Rolex Sea Dweller and DeepSea…that would be another story. Anyways, this looks like pretty ok product, just can’t find its purpose, that’s all…

  • Raymond Wilkie

    I’m slowly coming round to rubber.

    • SuperStrapper

      *biting of tongue intensifies*

  • Dimman

    Nothing a hacksaw and cordless drill couldn’t take care of.

  • SuperStrapper


  • Gokart Mozart

    At least you would not need to worry about dropping the watch .

  • Eugene Najera

    Would love to have something like this in 19mm for my Omega Dynamic. Good price, and just a cool look to dress up an old watch.

  • al-nitak

    My humble opinion as a lay-man. Beautiful design, fits the watch properly. A bit pricy, but not the common 1000% mark-up. By the way, the watch is gorgeous, imo the most intriguing diver ever, . But I don’t get why they don’t make the 8 square hour-marks a bit smaller and rotate them of 45% and why it’s not possible to have a rectangular date window to match the hour-mark at 9… and propose a sterile-dial version, please…

  • Ulysses31

    Personally I always disliked the provided straps with metal end links, so this is a definite improvement. The watch no longer looks bulky on this strap.

  • greyman

    The problem with rubber is that it falls apart rather quickly. It’s not durable. The amount of rubber around the springbar isn’t much. For obvious reason, a failure at that point can lead to significant damage or loss. I recall a recent thread on TRF where someone’s RubberB strap failed and the watch came off his wrist.

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