|Item Weight||0.3 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||8 x 5 x 1 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||JT6305A|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
|Number of Handles||1|
SE JT6305A Watch Link Remover with 5 Pins
|Price:||$5.22 & FREE Shipping on orders over $25. Details|
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Use this watch link remover for DIY alterations to your watches and bracelets. Remove the links on your own to achieve just the right size, while avoiding expensive costs for jewelry/watch repair.
Features of this product include:
• Overall length: ½”
• (5) Extra pins
• Pin diameter: 1.0mm
• Blue plastic body
Instructions for Use:
1) Place your watch link remover on a flat surface with the pin side up.
2) Place your watch band flat and flush to the left hand side wall on the watch link remover.
3) Line up the link that you want removed with the pin.
4) Turn the handle so that the watch link remover pin pushes against and pushes out the pin in your watch link.
5) Turn the handle so that the watch pin remover retracts, and then remove the pin from your watch link.
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Top customer reviews
The remover is shaped the right way, but the construction is so flimsy that it was broken by the time I got near the end, and for the last pin, I was not only using the device, but holding it together with my hands at the same time. By the time I got the last pin out, it was just a pile of little pieces.
I do have a complaint though...
The points you screw on to push the pin out, on mine they screwed on straight, but the dial you turned to push it into the hole on the link was NOT straight so as you spun it the point was spinning off center. It made lining up the hold with the point very difficult.
Once I got the point into the hole I had no issues at all, just took a little extra focus, but I saved money so It was not that big of a deal.
Do note, at least on the Invicta watch, on the back side of the links are arrows, it points in the direction the link pin pushes out, if you push the opposite direction of the arrows the pin will NOT come out and you'll probably break one of the tips on the pusher tool.
That being said, it does come with multiple tips which is a good thing. Another bad thing, no directions come with this tool. You need to find them online.
If you have a watch and need to resize it, this works, there are more expensive ones you can get but why would you?
First, the general look: the tool looks and feels cheap (to be honest, it is), but the biggest problem is that the blue color wears off - so be careful not to stain something. After about 10 minutes of using it my hands were bluish and it took a few washing sessions to get rid of that.
Second, the functionality: the pins are not very well fastened to the central piston so when you screw it in the tip of the pin rotates in a circle. This can make you miss the exact point on the bracelet that you target and could potentially scratch the bracelet. The pins are also not very strong - I managed to bend 4 of them just by resizing one bracelet (I had to undo 4 links).
Lastly, the plastic this tool is made of is not very rigid - it was bending and I was really afraid it will break in my hands. For the last pin I discarded the tool altogether and used a small hammer to push the pin.
To conclude: I did manage to resize my watch bracelet, but the tool is basically worthless now since it's out of pins. Maybe my watch has some really strong links, but I wouldn't buy this again.
The problem comes in with the fact that I've been losing a lot of weight lately. Which means my forearms and wrists are getting smaller, so my bracelets and watches are starting to flop around on my wrists like a pit bull's dog collar being used on a chihuahua. It just didn't work. Since I didn't want to waste money or time taking them all to the jewelry store, I decided to head to Amazon and see what I could find.
Which turned out to be this. It looks straight-forward enough at first glance, but it did take several attempts before I could get it working just right. Once I figured out how to get the bracelet/watch band set just right on the base, it worked with a great deal of ease. Using my manly man hands, I was able to fix the sizing on three bracelets and two watch bands.
This was a great purchase. I've got it set aside so I don't lose it because I plan to keep losing weight and will want to make sure my accessories are still accentuating my good side, not flopping like a wounded fish.