How Do You Shorten A Casio Watch Metal Band?
http://www.watch-batteries.com/shortening_a_band.htm All pictures 🙂 http://www.watch-batteries.com/shortening_a_bracelet.htm This picture show you ware to adjust a watch bracelet Moving the spring bar along reduces the length of the watch bracelet insert a spring bar remover into the hole to release the spring bar the move the end of the bracelet long reinserting the spring bar. Shortening a bracelet. Inspect the bracelet to ware you can take a link out Pushing down on link pin to remove it, you may find a pair of pliers come in useful when doing this. The picture shows the three link pins removed for when removing 1 Link. The picture shows 1 Link. The picture shows the two link pins after the 1 Link has been removed. Reinsert the Link pins. The picture shows replacing the link pins with a small hammer. You can also use
I’ve done it myself in the past, but I’m not sure it was a Casio watch. Basically you just push out the pins that hold the extra links, remove the links, adjust the band to the correct size and then reinsert the pins. Ideally you’d do this using watch screwdrivers, which are very small and designed for working on things like this. But you could get by with a pocket knife and paper clip. I found someone who gave a good explanation in this review: To remove a link there is a little pin that you push down the direction of the arrow … there are 2 small rings at the top of the pin. Get the smallest jewelry screwdriver between the two small raised rings up at the top and press down – this is not easy but it is the secret. The key point is to have a very small jewelry flat blade screw driver that will fit into the hole. The other end does not compress so you have to have them correct when you reinstall the pin once a link or two has been removed. Also, there are two slots on the clasp for m