Customer Reviews

Based on 105 reviews
82%
(86)
9%
(9)
7%
(7)
1%
(1)
2%
(2)
C
C.T.
Great strap but loose thread

The strap is quite comfortable and perlon makes for a great fit with so much customizability.

However there is a loose thread near the buckle and I’m not sure if that’s going to become a bigger issue.

M
M.W.
Perfect match!

This was the second EULIT strap for me. As with the first it is just right for my Hamilton Khaki Field. These straps are perfect for summer wear, and this one matched the red in the minutes sub-register on my vintage Favre-Leuba chronograph. Thanks Holben's for the great service!

A
AH
The 2 Piece Perlon Strap to Get

This is superior to the slightly less expensive and only other alternative I'm aware of for a 2 piece perlon strap. The alternative is made by Clockwork Synergy and sells for $20+ $4 shipping.

The major differences are:
Perlon Material:
The weave on the Eulit is a double wishbone weave, CS is single. The Eulit is thicker and stiffer which is a good thing for durability, ease of use, and comfort. The CS is too thin and isn't durable and is also Ia pain to get off and on. It's too floppy and doesn't keep it's shape well and therefore is difficult to insert easily in the buckle and keeper. The CS also absorbs more water and gets stinky. I also saw some significant color change in just 2-3 months of use of the CS.

Buckle and Attachment:
The buckle on the Eulit is superior in very significant and important ways. Eulit uses a full buckle while CS uses a half. This means that Eulit secures the strap better (at 2 points instead of one) which keeps it down and flat, and it helps the end stay in the keeper. CS's half buckle allows the strap to come up and easily pulls out of the keeper. In addition the CS is shorter and, on my medium size wrist, constantly came loose. In addition, because of the cheap CS buckle and thin band, I could feel the base of the pin, where it attaches to the pin, poking me. It would itch and get red.

The Eulit comes with pins installed in the strap, ready to attach no your watch. CS comes with pins in a bag that you have to push into the strap before attaching to your watch. The pins fit tightly and it's a pain to do, with risk of damage to the strap, your desk or table, and your fingers.

The pictures show the 2 bands at about 2-3 months of use. The Eulit is shown on on my wrist on my 2019 Galaxy Watch. The Eulit still looks new while the CS has lost shape and color.

All in all, there is no contest that the Eulit is a better value despite it's higher price. I am sure the Eulit will stand up to years of daily use and still look good, while the CS looks terrible after 3 months.

Hope this helps.

A
Andrew Jarman
Best perlon

I haven't found a better perlon than Eulit. It works on most daily wears or dress watches.

J
Jimmie Dale Owens
Eulit 2 piece Perlon bands.

This is a comfortable everyday casual band. After some experimentation, I attached a 20 mm band with 22 mm lugs to the Apple Watch adapters for my 44 mm Apple Watch SE. The 22 mm band was a very tight fit but the 20 mm band webbing spread nicely to make for a perfect fit. I attached the remaining 22 mm band to a heavy Citizen field watch for a great look and a lighter feel.

Customer Reviews

Based on 105 reviews
82%
(86)
9%
(9)
7%
(7)
1%
(1)
2%
(2)
C
C.T.
Great strap but loose thread

The strap is quite comfortable and perlon makes for a great fit with so much customizability.

However there is a loose thread near the buckle and I’m not sure if that’s going to become a bigger issue.

M
M.W.
Perfect match!

This was the second EULIT strap for me. As with the first it is just right for my Hamilton Khaki Field. These straps are perfect for summer wear, and this one matched the red in the minutes sub-register on my vintage Favre-Leuba chronograph. Thanks Holben's for the great service!

A
AH
The 2 Piece Perlon Strap to Get

This is superior to the slightly less expensive and only other alternative I'm aware of for a 2 piece perlon strap. The alternative is made by Clockwork Synergy and sells for $20+ $4 shipping.

The major differences are:
Perlon Material:
The weave on the Eulit is a double wishbone weave, CS is single. The Eulit is thicker and stiffer which is a good thing for durability, ease of use, and comfort. The CS is too thin and isn't durable and is also Ia pain to get off and on. It's too floppy and doesn't keep it's shape well and therefore is difficult to insert easily in the buckle and keeper. The CS also absorbs more water and gets stinky. I also saw some significant color change in just 2-3 months of use of the CS.

Buckle and Attachment:
The buckle on the Eulit is superior in very significant and important ways. Eulit uses a full buckle while CS uses a half. This means that Eulit secures the strap better (at 2 points instead of one) which keeps it down and flat, and it helps the end stay in the keeper. CS's half buckle allows the strap to come up and easily pulls out of the keeper. In addition the CS is shorter and, on my medium size wrist, constantly came loose. In addition, because of the cheap CS buckle and thin band, I could feel the base of the pin, where it attaches to the pin, poking me. It would itch and get red.

The Eulit comes with pins installed in the strap, ready to attach no your watch. CS comes with pins in a bag that you have to push into the strap before attaching to your watch. The pins fit tightly and it's a pain to do, with risk of damage to the strap, your desk or table, and your fingers.

The pictures show the 2 bands at about 2-3 months of use. The Eulit is shown on on my wrist on my 2019 Galaxy Watch. The Eulit still looks new while the CS has lost shape and color.

All in all, there is no contest that the Eulit is a better value despite it's higher price. I am sure the Eulit will stand up to years of daily use and still look good, while the CS looks terrible after 3 months.

Hope this helps.

A
Andrew Jarman
Best perlon

I haven't found a better perlon than Eulit. It works on most daily wears or dress watches.

J
Jimmie Dale Owens
Eulit 2 piece Perlon bands.

This is a comfortable everyday casual band. After some experimentation, I attached a 20 mm band with 22 mm lugs to the Apple Watch adapters for my 44 mm Apple Watch SE. The 22 mm band was a very tight fit but the 20 mm band webbing spread nicely to make for a perfect fit. I attached the remaining 22 mm band to a heavy Citizen field watch for a great look and a lighter feel.