How to use a watch regulator?

- Apr 12, 2019-

How to use a watch regulator? How to adjust the length and size of the watch strap? Because each person's wrist size is different, so in order to meet the larger wrist size of the person. Generally, when watches leave the factory, the straps are too long. When you get a new watch, the first step is to adjust the length and size of the strap. The commonly used meter-adjusting tools are the meter-adjusting device and hammer. If there is no hammer, the rear handle of the meter-adjusting device is used instead.


How to use a watch regulator? How to adjust the length and size of the watch strap? Because each person's wrist size is different, so in order to meet the larger wrist size of the person. Generally, when watches leave the factory, the straps are too long. When you get a new watch, the first step is to adjust the length and size of the strap. The most commonly used instrument for meter adjustment is the meter regulator and hammer. If there is no hammer, the rear handle of the meter regulator is used instead. The meter regulator is easy to use and can be understood at a glance. Place the strap flat directly and turn the handle directly at the top needle of the meter remover. Note that the wristband must be made sure that the wristband grain is not loaded by gongs but by nails or hairpins. You can top it from a small opening to a large opening.


1. Contrast the direction of watch chain. Before disassembling the watch strap, please carefully look at the arrow on the back of the watch strap. Generally, the down arrow of the watch chain is big and small. Put the watch strap into the slot of the meter adjuster. According to the arrow, aim at the direction of the button hole of the watch chain. For example (Fig. 1)


2. Remove the nail. Release the handle of the meter dismantler, put the strap into the dirt of the watch, and keep the steel of the meter dismantler pointing at the pinhole of the quasi-watch strap, such as (fig. 2), tighten it gently, and the steel needle connecting the watch strap will be ejected. If the strap is longer, it is recommended to remove the same number of sections on both sides of the chain to ensure the balance of the watch.


3. Re-installing nails. After removing the strap to the appropriate wrist size, first connect the broken two straps, then push the needle in or hit it with a hammer in the way of the second step. (Note: when reassembling the strap, it is better to insert the needle in the opposite direction of the arrow, and select the first end of the needle day, so that it will be easier to load.