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- Tool used to remove pins which allows for bracelet sizing
- Solid yellow plastic with Invicta logo near handle
- Measures 4.5 in. long x 1.5 in. high x 2 in. wide
The Invicta Watch Sizing tool is the perfect accessory for any watch and non-watch enthusiasts alike. This bright yellow toolkit allows the sizing of most bracelets held together by pins, and or sleeves. Measuring 4.5 inches long, 1.5 inches high, and 2 inches wide, this small tool will save trips to the jewelry store. Simply lay your your band, or bracelet across the link remover's tray, adjust for exact height, and then rotate the handle. Remember to follow the exact instructions/directions from the manufacturer before sizing your watch.
The Invicta Watch Sizing tool is the perfect accessory for any watch and non-watch enthusiasts alike. This bright yellow toolkit allows the sizing of most bracelets held together by pins, and or sleeves. Measuring 4.5 inches long, 1.5 inches high, and 2 inches wide, this small tool will save trips to the jewelry store. Simply lay your your band, or bracelet across the link remover's tray, adjust for exact height, and then rotate the handle. Remember to follow the exact instructions/directions from the manufacturer before sizing your watch.See all Product Description
- Product Dimensions: 5.2 x 2.3 x 1.3 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.6 ounces
- ASIN: B002FQKARA
- Item model number: INVICTA-IT003
- Date first available at Amazon.com: September 3, 2009
- Domestic Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
- International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
- Average Customer Review:
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Top Customer Reviews
There are no instructions included with this product. With a little research online, in 5 minutes I removed 2 links from my new watch and I am wearing the watch right now. I am going to give you the valuable piece of information that I found online.
When you look at the pins in the links of the watch's bracelet, on one side there appears to be a split in the pin, as if you were going to use a small screwdriver on it. The other end of the pin is solid. This is the key to not bending or breaking the pin on this tool.
Line the tool's pin up with the solid end of the pin in the bracelet, making sure it is in the hole, and slowly turn the knob on the tool. It will push it out enough so you can grab the pin with tweezers of pliers and finish pulling it out.
When you remove the links and put the watch's bracelet back together, you can by hand push the pins back into the links. They will not go all the way in, so you can use this tool to push it all the way in.
Say goodbye to those days. The Watch Sizing tool is the answer to your frustration. Just identify the links that need to be removed (try to remove the same number from each side of the watch band, usually marked with an arrow if removable). Use the removable piece to punch out the clasp pin and put the clasp and pin aside. Then lay the band into the Sizing tool. The little screw on the main body raises and lowers the base so that you can align the turning mechanism that pushes out the link pins. Get your alignment correct here ... take the extra moment to make sure you are well aligned. Then screw the large handle slowle until the pin pops out a little. From there remove the watch from the device and use a tweezer to remove the pin fully. Repeat for additional links, then replace the clasp mechanism and fine tune the fit with the pins in the clasp mechanism.
The device is simple: just 2 controls that I described above. The yellow body is high impact plastic, and the actual pin pusher is stainless steel, as well as the elevator screw.
Mine came free with my watch, but it is easily worth the minor cost, and will pay for itself the first time you use it. I am not a very mechanical person, and I was able to adjust my and my friend's watch bands (hers was a different make of watch) within 10 minutes, being very careful. With some practice, it can be done in less than 5 minutes.
sorry but i WOULD NOT recommend this product.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It doesn't fit the oversize men's watches. But you can still use the tool by taking out the handle+pin part and gently knocking pins out of watches. Read morePublished 2 months ago by R. Vlk
This works well in sizing some watches, but it has limits on the width of the band, so I had to purchase a watch tool kit. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Doc's Grand
I can't really tell with the instructions how I'm supposed to use this, especially with the screw on handle and the adjustable bottom... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Steven dreibelbis