Esslinger Watch and Jewelry Supplies Showcases New Silicone Watch Bands

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Esslinger & Company offers a new line of brilliantly colored silicone watch band replacements.

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“People don’t realize how many different options they have when they need to replace a watch band.” said Bill Esslinger, owner of Esslinger Company.

Esslinger & Company, a St. Paul based watch and jewelry supplier, will now be carrying a wide variety of new silicone watch bands. These colorful watch straps are designed to fit most name brand watches, as well as many divers and sport watches, making it possible for customers to find the perfect replacement for their watch bands.

“Watch bands are just as versatile as the people who own watches,” said Bill Esslinger, owner of Esslinger & Company. “People don’t realize how many different options they have when they need to replace a watch band.”

Just like any other watch band, these silicone jelly watch straps have their own unique style and customers can purchase the perfect watch strap to match their watch and personal style. The watch bands feature a trendy tire tread pattern, to update the look of a watch. They are available in brilliant primary colors, as well as traditional black and white to match any style.

These silicone watch bands are Esslinger’s toughest and most durable watch straps. They were designed to be waterproof, as well as resistant to sweat, torsion, UV exposure, and normal wear and tear, making them ideal for sport watches and other watches that are frequently exposed to the elements.

The classic matte finished bands are made of an ultra soft silicone material that is flexible with elastic like properties. They come with stainless steel buckles and are completely adjustable to provide the perfect fit without being uncomfortable every time. Best of all, because these watch bands are made out of silicone, they are tougher and more durable than the average watch strap, making them a cost effective watch band replacement option.

“Almost anyone can change, modify, or make repairs on watch bands with very few watchmaker’s tools and small amount of instruction,” said Esslinger, promoting the company’s Learning Center full of information and instructions on how to remove and replace a watch band.

For a complete selection of Esslinger & Company’s silicone and rubber watch bands visit Esslinger.com.

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