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When we buy steel strap watches online, we frequently worry about not knowing how many stainless steel watch straps to remove, and we can't let the customer service staff cut us off too soon. When we open the watch, we discover that it is too long and must take it to a watch shop to be adjusted, which is a major hassle. Today, Lidong teaches you how to change the bracelet on your own to eliminate the worry of it being too long or too short.

Ⅰ. Adjusting methods of the stainless steel watch's strap

1. When disassembling the bracelet, first remove the buckle from the bracelet using the watch adjuster. You can remove the watch's "buckle" by slowly rotating the watch's handle. The "buckle" can be reversed in the final installation. The stainless steel watchband is available in six concave, ten-square, and fourteen-square shapes. When opening the stainless steel watch straps, you can use a watch adjuster that matches the shape of the strap. Push the stainless steel watch straps out of the "watch unloading slot" according to the buckle interface on the watch adjuster to complete the watch chain disassembly.

2. A tight fit connects the stainless steel watch straps and the back cover. This structure is common in antique watches and small ladies' watches. The repairer can use the proper tools to rotate the watch adjuster to the outermost edge, align the "strap connection buckle," and slowly rotate the head to push out the "buckle." The "buckle" can be reversed in the final installation. If not, you can start to pry up the back cover in a position where the gap between the buckle and the bracelet is large, preferably in a symmetrical place, so as not to damage the back cover.

3. Special reminder to remove the disassembled watch section, re-nail it with watch chain nails, and use the side of the small hammerhead to avoid accidentally hammering on the watch.

Ⅱ. Maintenance of different stainless steel watch straps

The pins and spring bolts between the watchband sections and the shell straps must be checked regularly to prevent escaping or wearing. If they frequently erupt, they must be repaired or replaced as soon as possible. It is advisable that Swiss watches with gold-plated stainless steel watch straps be worn only in the summer and that the strap is changed in the winter. The discount section of the belt is the most prone to problems, which are also related to normal wear, and the action when opening and closing should be gentle. Avoid contact with mercury-containing chemicals when cleaning K-gold or gold-plated watch straps, and use more surface wiping. Some white K gold watchbands have rhodium-plated surfaces that are not polishable. Otherwise, the background color will bleed through and turn yellow. For the tungsten steel strap, please do not hit or pull it.