Our strap holder needed to be beautifully crafted and made from woollen tweeds from the famous Abraham Moon and Sons Mill. We use these luxurious fabrics to line our leather Watch Wallet and to make a series of tweed straps.
With the Strap Kit you receive (if you choose) 2 x 2.5mm Schofield screwdrivers, 1 x 1.6mm Schofield screwdriver and Lug Protection (stickers that cover the lugs during a strap change). The Strap Kit is fabricated in Moon Mill’s worsted wool. The inside is lined in Alcantara with sand coloured cotton twill pockets. It fastens shut with two hand-stitched hidden poppers, then folds over and is closed with an oversized hand-made horn button. The holder itself has 14 pockets for any straps with a maximum width of 25mm and 3 screwdriver pockets.
The leathers used in Schofield's Tiger Loaf straps are tanned and prepared here in England. You can choose between cracked and smooth in the drop down menu. The cracked is more or less cracked and the smooth is more or less smooth. Every strap is different.A buckle is not included but can be bought separately.All straps come with a set of our proprietary lug protection stickers. If you regularly change straps then we urge you to buy some Schofield drivers, purpose made for changing straps on Schofield watches.
Schofield's blue tweed watch straps are custom made and renowned for their quality. Featuring premium materials and craftsmanship, some are made in very limited numbers. Schofield uses Moon Mills fabric for this blue watch strap and also as a lining material in the Schofield Watch Wallet. The word ‘tweed’ is an English variant of the Scottish word ‘tweel’ which refers to a rough unfinished hand woven fabric. Nowadays it is a general term for all carded ‘homespun’ wool.A buckle is not included but can be bought separately.All straps come with a set of our proprietary lug protection stickers. If you regularly change straps then we urge you to buy some Schofield drivers, purpose made for changing straps on Schofield watches.
These screwdrivers have been designed from the ground up. We threw away the shackles of the Swiss realising that we do not need watchmaking screwdrivers for changing straps. Watchmaking screwdrivers are designed for vertical use, whereas any Schofield strap changer worth his salt will know that this is a horizontal task! We need short and stubby reducing off-axis leverage and increasing torque. The blades have been ground to fit the Schofield screw heads so precisely that they block out the light! Two drivers for changing straps and one for buckles. A set of three; two green, one black.