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Have you ever wondered what the loop on your watch band is called? Yes, that part of the watch band has a name. However, it's often referred to as a loop. This loop is officially called a "keeper." Keepers, sometimes called hoops and retainers, are there to keep the band from flopping around on your wrist.


Meanwhile, if you have a heavily tapered strap, there's a possibility that your new loop will not fit over the big end where the strap attaches to the watch. You can take the buckle off and slide the keeper on from that end.


The lug of a watch is the part that attaches to the band. The lug is usually made from metal or plastic and fits into a bar on the side of the watch case. The primary purpose of this piece is to give you something to latch onto when changing your watch strap or bracelet.


Lugs are also designed to be removable in case you need to change your strap for any reason, such as if it's damaged. Some watches have lugs that are fixed in place, but most have some spring-loaded mechanism that allows them to pop off with ease.


Watch straps have two loops because it allows you to adjust the length of your watch band. The strap is likely too long even when you buy a new watch. This is because you need to consider that the strap will shrink over time due to exposure to the elements and normal wear and tear.


A warm front moving through the region today will bring much warmer conditions to the region as highs will range from near 60 in the north to the mid 70s across northern Kansas! South winds will eventually gust over 40 mph for eastern parts of the state and by this evening we may even see a few isolated severe storms develop in northern Nebraska. This warm up is very short lived as a strong cold front blasts through the region early tomorrow dropping our temps back into the 30s and 40s with NW winds possibly gusting over 50 mph! Northern Nebraska will be under a winter storm watch as 2-5 inches of snow combined with those strong winds will make for very hazardous conditions. The weekend still looks great with highs in the 50s Saturday and 70s by Sunday! Another strong system targets the area towards the middle of next week.\/strong


Rex Sinquefield, who played a major role in the relocation of the World Chess Hall of Fame from Miami to St. Louis, watches the 2018 World Chess Championships being broadcast at the St. Louis Chess Club on Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2018. Photo by Johanna Huckeba, jhuckeba@post-dispatch.com.


Chess fans (from left) Sadiya Ahmad, Lt. Dan Zarrick, and Rex Sinquefield watch the 2018 World Chess Championships between St. Louis resident Fabiano Caruana and opponent Magnus Carlsen being broadcast at the St. Louis Chess Club on Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2018. Photo by Johanna Huckeba, jhuckeba@post-dispatch.com.


Spectators watch the 2018 World Chess Championships between St. Louis resident Fabiano Caruana and opponent Magnus Carlsen being broadcast at the St. Louis Chess Club on Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2018. Photo by Johanna Huckeba, jhuckeba@post-dispatch.com.


Chess fan Sadiya Ahmad bites her lip as she intently watches the 2018 World Chess Championships between St. Louis native Fabiano Caruana and opponent Magnus Carlsen being broadcast at the St. Louis Chess Club on Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2018. Ahmad is rooting for Caruana, who lost the first two games. Photo by Johanna Huckeba, jhuckeba@post-dispatch.com.


Rex Sinquefield, center, who played a major role in the relocation of the World Chess Hall of Fame from Miami to St. Louis, and Lt. Dan Zarrick, a chess fan, watch the 2018 World Chess Championship at the St. Louis Chess Club on Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2018. Photo by Johanna Huckeba, jhuckeba@post-dispatch.com.


Lt. Dan Zarrick, left, a chess fan, and Rex Sinquefield, right, who played a major role in the relocation of the World Chess Hall of Fame from Miami to St. Louis, watch the 2018 World Chess Championships between St. Louis resident Fabiano Caruana and opponent Magnus Carlsen being broadcast at the St. Louis Chess Club on Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2018. Photo by Johanna Huckeba, jhuckeba@post-dispatch.com.


Sadiya Ahmad asks Ross Larson a question about the game while they watch the 2018 World Chess Championships between St. Louis resident Fabiano Caruana and opponent Magnus Carlsen being broadcast at the St. Louis Chess Club on Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2018. Photo by Johanna Huckeba, jhuckeba@post-dispatch.com.


Chess fan Sadiya Ahmad intently watches the 2018 World Chess Championships between St. Louis resident Fabiano Caruana and opponent Magnus Carlsen being broadcast at the St. Louis Chess Club on Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2018. Photo by Johanna Huckeba, jhuckeba@post-dispatch.com. 041b061a72


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