EFFORTLESS STYLE, UNMATCHED COMFORT
Twist-O-Flex Watchbands: When chic style and unparalleled comfort collide. With a sleek and classic design, this band works for all styles and occasions - but that’s not all. It is uniquely crafted to eliminate discomforts such as hair pinching or pulling. All-day comfort will never go out of style.
Comfort at all times:
Unlike other bands on the market, there is no such thing as hair pinching or pulling with a Twist-O-Flex Watchband. The unique bottom box and side edge design eliminates this issue all-together. The result? A sleek and polished look that keeps you from shouting “ouch!”
Easy to adjust:
With the ability to expand, you can adjust your Twist-O-Flex 16-22mm Adjustable End Band to any length to accommodate your wrist size.
1-year limited warranty:
If you are not satisfied with the Twist-O-Flex Watchband, we guarantee a 100% refund within 30 days, as well as a 12-month warranty. We believe in our product and will do what we can to make things right.
- Free US Shipping on Orders $75+
- One Year Limited Warranty
- Free 30 Day Return Policy
As I write this I am reminded that my deceased grandfather wore a speidel on his Rolex from 1959 until his death. He bought Rolexes for his three sons for their 21st birthdays. All ended up on Speidel twist-o-flexes, and are still on them today. Quality is not a concern. Longevity is not a concern. Value is extraordinary. I bought a new Hamilton Khaki King (Champagne dial) and received it today. It is now on this band, which I received for Christmas ahead of the watch, and will be for it's time on my wrist. No hair biting issues, just retro quality. Wish I could post a picture.
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Bought my first twist-o-flex in 1967. It outlived several watches, went to 'Nam with me, got me to the church on time for my wedding in 1971, timed my wife's contractions for both my kids in the 70s and 80s, had survived several car crashes and one airplane crash and sat with me in the lawyer's office for my divorce in the 90s. It was on my arm swimming in the Atlantic and Pacific oceans, the South China Sea and the Caribbean. Sadly, it failed in 2002. It's replacement lasted until just a few weeks ago, October, 2019. I'm now 71 and my hope is that this current twist-o-flex will be on my arm when I'm laid to rest in the Saratoga, New York veteran's cemetery. Great workmanship, folks! Keep up the good work.