Good afternoon Paula. I’ve been looking for a nice set of tips for my Invicta watch (which is a bit glunky, but not obnoxious like some of the new watches out today):
The case is 1 ½ inches wide at its widest point, and the band size is 18mm.
Until I saw these turquoise tips, I had my heart set on solid silver with a nice pattern.
1) those tips are so clean and bright, I think they would look “wrong” against the stainless case…thoughts?
2) is the bandwidth/lug distance important for fit and “look”?
Thanks for your interest in our Native American watch tips.
Whether you choose all sterling silver tips or tips with turquoise or other stones is up to you. We do not advise on fashion.
That said, a brushed or satin sterling silver would more closely match the finish of your stainless steel watch, like these by Calvin Peterson:
The spacing between the lugs should be at least 1mm more that the width of the tips where they attach to the watch. That makes for a neat fit without a lot of sliding around and still leaves enough room to remove the pins should you want to.
The watch tips mentioned above and the turquoise ones you like all measure 17mm at the attachment, so they should work fine with your watch (this is a fairly standard size for men’s watch tips).
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