How To Remove Links Watch

How To Remove Links Watch. 3) tap on the correct side. So a watch holder that holds the watch band, allows you to align the punch and hammer the pin through.

How To Remove Watch Links for All Watch Bands
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Pick the right tools for the process. Now, for removing the links, place the bracelet on the pin remover so that the pin pusher lines up with the pinhole. This is the tried and true method.

Repeat This Process Until You Have Removed All The Links.

*make sure you take an equal amount of links from each side of the band. 1) use the right sized pin puncher. Look around the wristband of your watch and look for the small arrows on the backside of the band.

Take The Pin Out From Straps.

Look for the arrow mark under the strap. With the clasp done up, pinch it at the side and. Fit the watch strap inside the watch tool.

Once In Place Keep Rotating The Handle Until The Pin Pushes Out.

Use the right tool for the right job, as removing excess links from the watch requires a specially designed tool for swift tasks. In this instructional video, i will show you how to easily remove your watch links from your new apple watch band or any metal link watch bands in general. So a watch holder that holds the watch band, allows you to align the punch and hammer the pin through.

These Arrows Show In Which Direction The Cotter Pins Should Come Out.

With that information, place the watch on the holder meant for this purpose with the arrows facing. Attach the strap back to the clasp. Then, with the bracelet opened, count down from the break in the bracelet until you have a section of bracelet with as many links you need to remove from this side.

To Do This, Place The Watch On Your Wrist And Then Turn Your Wrist Over With The Watch Face Towards The Table, The Clasp Facing You.

3) tap on the correct side. Line up the pin pusher with the pin hole of the link you want to take out. Once in place, rotate the handle clockwise to bring the pusher towards and into the pin hole.

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