Vaer FAQs

Watch Information

What is the difference between the Vaer Heritage, Classic, and Field?

Why doesn't my second hand hit directly on the markers?

There is extra band hanging out of the buckles, what do I do?

Can I surf and swim with this watch?

How do I change the watch bands?

What is the case size and lug width?

Where are the watches made?

Does my watch have lume?

What is Sapphire Crystal?

Can my spring bars be replaced or removed?

What type of movement does this watch have?

How long is the battery life?

How do I change the time?

Shipping, Returns, and About

What is 1% for the Planet?

If I order from outside the United States, will there be additional taxes or tariffs?

What is shipping cost and speed in the US?

Is the Vaer Watch Warranty Really 2 Years?

What is the Vaer Return Policy?

Where is the Vaer Team located?


Quick Release Straps

A classic-style two piece watch strap

Our Quick release straps are made from two separate pieces of strap material, each fixed to the watch with a quick release spring bar (no tools necessary). Two piece straps allow the watch to wear much lower, as there is no strap material between the watch and your wrist. Most watches on the market are worn with these types of two piece straps, so if you’re not sure which to choose, this is probably the route you’ll be most comfortable with. Available in Nylon, Silicone, and Horween Leather.


Single Pass Straps

A military style one piece watch strap

Our single pass straps are made from a single piece of strap material, so they easily slide in and out of the watch spring bars. Because the straps slide under both spring bars, this is the most durable solution - if a spring bar ever fails, the watch will still be connected to the watch by the second spring bar. Available in Nylon and Horween Leather.”