Philip Stein watches are known for good-quality parts and revolutionary technology. Each piece uses a natural frequency technology or an electromagnetic frequency technology. These processes emit a frequency that is said to keep the body in proper balance, resulting in more rest, less stress and a general sense of better health for the wearer. The watch strap can be changed with ease if the current band becomes worn or if the wearer desires a new look.
Things You'll Need
Pick the watch strap that is designed to fit the model of your watch. Check the Philip Stein website or visit a Philip Stein retailer to find out which strap correlates to your watch face.
Check the length of your current watch band by measuring from end to end in order to determine the proper size of the new strap.
Take off the existing straps by pulling up on the clasp that is underneath the strap next to the side of the watch face.
Push the clasp of the new watch strap through the open slot at the top and bottom of the watch face where the previous strap was removed. Snap clasp shut.
It is not a good idea to use a generic watch strap with a Philip Stein watch, as it may not hold the face in place properly and could lead to loss of the watch or damage if it comes loose.