What side of a watch band should links be removed?

What side of a watch band should links be removed?

Try removing the links from the 6 o’clock side so the clasp may be balanced at centre or near centre of the wrist.

How do you remove links from a wristband?

Method 1: By using a pin pusher

  1. Place the watch on the table with the push pins facing up.
  2. Insert the pin pusher into the hole and push the pin firmly.
  3. Once you’ve pushed the pin enough, it will pop out. Use pliers to remove it together with the link.
  4. Repeat the steps until you’ve removed the number of desired links.

How much does it cost to remove links from a watch?

How much does it cost to remove links from a watch? It will generally cost no more than $10 to remove links from a watch, although if you take it to the store you bought it from, they may do it free of charge.

What size screwdriver do I need to remove links?

As mentioned, the answer is that it depends on which watch you have. But many watch bracelets have screws for which you need a screwdriver with a size of 1.4-1.8mm. Worth adding is that the vast majority of watch bracelets use T-screws.

How many links should I take out of my watch?

When possible try to take out an even number of links from each side of the band, so that your watch will be balanced and sit evenly on your wrist. For example, if two links need to be removed total, you should be removing one link from each side of the clasp.

Can you resize a watch yourself?

However, many designer brand watches and metal watch bands require the removal of metal links to adjust the size down. This may seem like a difficult task at first, but you can do this yourself at home with a few simple tools. Taking the watch to a jeweler or repair place isn’t necessary and will cost you money.

How do you remove an Armitron watch band?

Pull that end of the watch pin away from the lug and remove the band from the face. Repeat steps 2 and 3 to remove the other side of the band. Pinch the end of the watch pin between your thumb and forefinger and pull it out of the end of the old watch band.

How can I remove the band Link on my watch?

If you look at the edge of the link and the two sides appear to be connected by solid vertical bars, you are dealing with a U-clip style link. Click here to learn How to Remove U-Clip Style Expansion Band Links.

Where is the style number on an Armitron watch?

On the back of your Armitron watch, please look for your 6-digit style number. The style number should begin with either two numbers or two letters followed by a forward slash and 4 numbers. If you have trouble locating your style #, please contact customer support for further assisstance.

Can a watch band be adjusted the same way?

As most watch bands are held together in a variety of ways, you cannot adjust each watch band the same way: therefore check out this list below to identify the kind of link pins your watch band uses and follow the link to learn how to remove links from that style of band.