The Komfit "JB" Mesh Watch Band

Forstner has brought back the unique "Komfit" mesh watch bracelet worn by NASA astronauts throughout the space program, including moon missions.  Faithful to the original, but with several key updates!  Click the link for details.  

Forstner Komfit "JB" Mesh Watch Bracelet with Straight Ends
Forstner Komfit
Regular price
$125.00
Sale price
$125.00
Forstner Komfit "JB" Mesh Watch Bracelet with Horned Ends
Forstner Komfit
Regular price
$125.00
Sale price
$125.00
Forstner Flat Link Bracelet for Omega Speedmaster
Forstner Flat Link Bracelet for Omega Speedmaster
Regular price
$150.00
Sale price
$150.00

The Forstner Flat Link

Forstner created its own take on the classic flat link bracelet--one of the most beautifully designed, and comfortable, bracelets ever offered for the Speedmaster. We kept the beauty and charm of the original but improved it for fit, convenience, and wearability.  Details in the link!

The Fortsner Klip

The Forstner Klip brings back one of the most popular bands in Forstner's historic catalog.  The present bonklip-style bracelet has an 18mm wide central portion, with alternating brushed and polished finishes on the rectangular "ladder" design, and a polished spring-loaded clasp.  Made entirely of stainless steel, the band is light, breathable, and extremely comfortable, having the ability to be easily sized in approximately 3mm increments for the perfect fit.

The Forstner Klip - Stainless Steel Ladder-Style Watch Bracelet
The Forstner Klip - Stainless Steel Ladder-Style Watch Bracelet
Regular price
$125.00
Sale price
$125.00

The Komfit Band

Highlights of the Komfit/JB Band Throughout History

Photos Courtesy of NASA

Mercury Program

The Komfit/JB band was flown on two Mercury missions - Atlas 8 (attached to the first Omega worn in space) and Atlas 9

Gemini Program

The Komfit/JB band was flown on at least the Gemini III and Gemini X missions

Apollo Program

The Komfit/JB band was flown on Apollo 10, Apollo 12, Apollo 14, and Apollo 17 (it was taken on the surface of the moon on this mission)

Photos for historical reference only. NASA does not endorse this product.