[Tutorial] Info about length adjustment – Part 2

Stainless Steel bracelet Adjustment

MiLTAT metal watch bracelets are in screw links, just need a proper size (1.5 – 1.8mm) precision screwdriver or push pin type adjustment (eg. Seiko watch bracelet)

IMG_0190.jpg Use links removal tools to help resize a band :

Screwdriver or watch bracelet link pin adjuster.

IMG_0199.jpg Use 1.5 – 1.8mm screwdriver
IMG_0208.jpg Remove the unwanted links.
IMG_0213.jpg Tighten the screw, finished.

MT_Screw

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Fine tune by buckle micro holes

IMG_0217 Fine tune the ideal length along the buckle’s micro hole.
IMG_0219
IMG_0224   Finished.

Silicone watch band adjustment

IMG_2762 Print out a printable ruler.
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IMG_2842.jpg Measure your wrist size first

 

IMG_2793.jpg Then measure the spring bars distance
IMG_2795.jpg Measure the length of the strap.

 

IMG_2802.jpg Cuttable links: 5mm x 6 / each
IMG_2854.jpg Use the cutter to cut out the unwanted links carefully.

 

IMG_2834.jpg Finished.

 

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