Is it deployant or deployment clasp?

Is it deployant or deployment clasp?

Deployant is absolutely the correct term for a fold out watch clasp. Deployment is a word that’s used mistakenly more frequently.

What is deployant buckle?

A deployant buckle is an expanding metal buckle attached to the strap. The tail end of the strap is threaded through the buckle to fit the desired size. Once threaded, the metal buckle expands when donning or removing, and the clasp then folds over and clips closed while worn.

What is a ardillon buckle?

Ardillon (Tang) Buckles The ardillon buckle, also known as a tang buckle, is the more traditional option. One end of the strap is slipped through a buckle, and a pin secures the watch to your wrist. This is the same type of buckle used on belts.

How does a deployant clasp work?

The way deployant clasps work is to allow straps to bend less, with the moving parts being (mostly) metal. This can, indeed, lengthen the lifespan of a watch strap, but that is about all these clasps are good for.

What is a deployant clasp closure?

A deployment clasp, also called a deployment buckle, a deployant clasp, a butterfly clasp, or an invisible double locking clasp is an expanding metal mechanism designed to fasten a watch band with a fitted look.

What is a tang watch strap?

A tang buckle is pretty much the same as the buckle on your belt. It features a pin that you put through a hole in the band of the watch, which will have several punctured holes in it. This allows you to adjust exactly how you want the watch to fit you, without having to get it resized.

Is deployment clasp better?

Deployment clasps are far more secure on your wrist than conventional leather buckles. Because of their metal construction, deployment clasps hold very securely, no matter what you throw at them. On top of that, butterfly-style deployment clasps lock in two different places, so your watch won’t be going anywhere.

What is a butterfly watch clasp?

A butterfly-style clasp can be found on metal bracelets or deployants. Rather than three pieces of similar length which fold over each other and close at one end, a butterfly has a longer piece and two shorter pieces that close in the middle.