Official short watchband shown in NASA design drawing SEB12100030 as "-210" and 11½ inches long. Made with the latest military specification loop tape of the type available during Shuttle missions.
Differences with the vintage NASA watchband sold on another page:
Nylon loop tape is the latest mil-spec (A-A-55126B) and superb watch strap material. This specialist narrow fabric outperforms materials used in even "quality" hook and loop watchbands in terms of open/closure cycles, fray resistance and watch support.
Comes with complimentary (and optional to use) pair of Delrin® black keepers to enhance fit.
S/N 1124 in pica type font on dark green Olive Drab U.S. Army shade 7, or
S/N 1126 stamped with 73X marking ink on a gray/green Olive Drab shade similar to OG 107 - search for Apollo 15 astronaut Dave Scott's Bulova for an example of this type of Olive Drab tape and printing.
Other features in common with the vintage NASA watchbands sold on another page.
The binding tape is of the highest quality to military specification MIL-T-5038 and is stitched with V-T-295 mil-spec Nylon thread.
Authentic P/N and S/N is as per NASA marking and identification standard JSC-SPEC-M1 used for every flown item in the NASA space program. Please be aware that the reflective ridges of grosgrain ribbon means the marking stand out best in diffuse or indirect lighting.
Total length, excluding steel ring, is 11½ inches. The strap will accommodate wrist sizes from 6 to 8½ inches. Width cut to fit ¾" (20 mm) lugs.
Metal ring fabricated to a unique 1/4 " gap unpolished aircraft-grade stainless steel, the matt finish matching the brushed steel parts of the chronograph watch case.