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After a quick search I've changed my mind. Deployant is not an "english" word.

But Déployante is french for clasp. So it's a mispelling of a french word which is used by english folks when talking about their watch straps.
 

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It's fascinating to me that I visited today (after an absence) to ask this very question. And/but I will take it one step further...

Is there such a thing as a "double deployant" clasp? Some watches I've seen have this nifty cupid's bow -shaped twin articulated gizmo (which I happen to like very much, BTW) and I vaguely recall seeing the term somewhere.

Thanks, Gentlemen!!
 

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It's fascinating to me that I visited today (after an absence) to ask this very question. And/but I will take it one step further...

Is there such a thing as a "double deployant" clasp? Some watches I've seen have this nifty cupid's bow -shaped twin articulated gizmo (which I happen to like very much, BTW) and I vaguely recall seeing the term somewhere.

Thanks, Gentlemen!!
Butterfly deployant(?) I believe.
 
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