Quick release straps are an easy way to adjust the style of your watch on the fly. There are mornings where I go from bed to out the door in 15 minutes. I don’t have time to use the traditional strap change method using a spring bar tool. I wanted to be able to swap in and out a black or brown leather strap for my Seiko SNK789, so I bought a new Fullmosa strap off Amazon this week. Read more to see my unboxing a Fullmosa Quick Release Leather Watch Strap.
Unboxing a Fullmosa Quick Release Leather Watch Strap: Packaging
The strap came in a sturdy, minimalist box with the Fullmosa in black text on the upper left-hand corner and small product window on the bottom. There was also a small white sticker with the number 18 on it, I am guessing for inventory purposes since its an 18mm width strap.
The back of the box is a little busier with product support action calls in many different languages and an email address. It also shows that the Fullmosa brand watch straps are manufactured by Shenzhen TKD. Despite the Hong Kong email domain, these straps are very clearly made in China.
Opening the box reveals the two-piece strap and spring bar tool covered by a white product support insert.
Unboxing a Fullmosa Quick Release Leather Watch Strap: Spring Bar Tool & Quick Release Mechanism
The package comes with a spring bar tool to remove an old strap with regular spring bars. It’s sturdy in hand, but the tips don’t look like they will last for repeated uses. I’m not going have to use it since I have a black Fullmosa quick release leather strap already on my SNK789.
The strap comes with the quick release spring bar already embedded the strap. There is a notch in the strap for the release mechanism.
Unboxing a Fullmosa Quick Release Leather Watch Strap: The Strap
I do have to say that for $11 this is a nice looking strap. The color is a consistent dark brown as advertised, with contrasting white stitching. There are no visible imperfections in the leather or stitching. The Fullmosa brand is embossed in the back of buckle side of the buckle side of the strap.
The real question with a strap that costs this little is on quality and durability. I have had the black 18mm strap on my Seiko SNK789 since the beginning of October, and there is really only a little visible wearing on the adjustment hole side of the strap, which is to be expected.
Unboxing a Fullmosa Quick Release Leather Watch Strap: Where to Buy
Unboxing the Fullmosa Quick Release Leather Watch Strap: Closing
Fullmosa makes a handsome strap that only costs $11. It should get a lot of use on my Seiko SNK789. I will be posting a full review after getting more wrist time to check in on durability. If you liked the article, please check out my other unboxings, subscribe in the sidebar, and leave a comment below!