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Watch Link Remover Tool Band Slit Strap Bracelet Pin Adjuster Repair Tools

81 customer reviews

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3 pin
blue
  • Adjust the watch yourself and save £££ which you spent on watch repair shop.
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Size Name: 3 pin | Colour Name: blue

Product Information

Size: 3 pin | Colour Name: blue
Technical Details
Item Weight59 g
Product Dimensions14.4 x 8.2 x 2.6 cm
Size3 pin
Colourblue
  
Additional Information
ASINB008UXF4RS
Best Sellers Rank 7,197 in DIY & Tools (See top 100)
Shipping Weight59 g
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Date First Available8 Aug. 2012
  
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Product Description

Size Name: 3 pin | Colour Name: blue

This is a must have tool to adjust the watch strap to fit your wrist. You can easily remove pin from strap to adjust the strap length.

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Size Name: 3 pin | Colour Name: blue

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Customer Reviews

3.1 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By D. Varghese on 14 Dec. 2012
Colour Name: blueSize: 3 pin Verified Purchase
I decided to buy this tool to do the job myself rather than spend £5-10 every time I needed a watch strap resized.
The unit is basic but does what its meant for.
The instructions though basic are concise.
The bonus; my unit came with 2 extra replacement pins
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Simon Rowe on 7 Nov. 2013
Colour Name: blueSize: 3 pin Verified Purchase
I ordered this watch strap adjuster for a new watch purchased on the internet. It took me about 10 minutes to adjust the strap on the first attempt. It requires a basic level of diy skill and a little care in lining up the strap correctly. It is important not to force the pin out of the strap as when correctly aligned it will come out easily. I would say that this is not a heavy duty professional piece of kit, but:
a) it is more than adequate for home use adjusting watch straps as required and comes with 2 spare pins.
b) it is a reasonable price and represents good value for money.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By HightownMo on 5 Dec. 2012
Colour Name: blueSize: 3 pin Verified Purchase
Hubby has several watches and each time a strap needed adjusting it would cost £5. Nw he can do it himself and save money into the bargain.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By noel on 1 Feb. 2013
Colour Name: blueSize: 3 pin Verified Purchase
Delivered in 2 days.
No instructions but obvious how to use it for anybody with a practical turn of mind.
Worked perfectly first time. Having two replacememnt pins was reassuring, but not needed.
Good value, saved more than its cost in first usage.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By N. Sumner on 21 Jan. 2013
Colour Name: blueSize: 3 pin Verified Purchase
Cheap and shonky, but would I have paid more for one manufactured with care out of a single billet of machined aluminium? Nah. I wanted something that would enable me to sort out watch straps without going to a jeweller's, once every couple of years. This meets the requirements.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Caliban on 7 Nov. 2013
Colour Name: blueSize: 3 pin Verified Purchase
It's ok but didn't work for me as the watch strap was too wide to fit in the gap. It would probably work on a ladies sized watch. You do get a couple of tools with it which was handy as I managed to use these to get the job done
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Colour Name: blueSize: 3 pin Verified Purchase
If used properly this is an excellent tool. It will only bend and break if you are pushing the pin out of the wrong side or it is not aligned correctly with the pin in the strap.

The platform can be slid sideways by turning the knurled screw on the side which drops the platdown down to cater for thicker depths of straps. This isn't mentioned on the instructions.

Tip
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If you have a wide strap like mine and cannot see the strap pin which is to be removed in order to align it with the tool plunger end, then I found that by holding the strap against the plunger end and waggling it around the plunger would sit in the strap pin as these are very slightly recessed. I could then lay it flat on the tool with the plunger positioned correctly and slowly push the pin out without any issues at all.

Another tip - if you have one of those bracelet straps that you slip your wrist into like mine, use the supplied extra little tool (not the two spare plungers) to undo the clasp from the bracelet is held in by pins with spring ends. Push the tool into the end of one end the spring pin and gently pull the strap to the side. The watch can then be laid out flat to remove the links as required.

*******
In less than 5 mins I had undone the clasp, removed 2 pins and reassembled the strap. Excellent and easy with a little care. Well worth buying. Much easier than how I have messed around with various tools in the past.
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Colour Name: blueSize: 3 pin Verified Purchase
The watch goes into the slot, then as you twist the handle to drive the pin into the hole, you are unable to see where the pin is, so I found it impossible to even get the pin into the hole. They need to either make the pin rigid so it can move around, or make the plastic clear so you can aim the pin for the hole as you twist. I ended up taking the pin out and using a hammer and vice, the first pin snapped like a twig, the second pin I did a bit more gently and it worked. I would not recommend this product, you can just use a paper clip, vice, a sock (to stop the vice scratching the watch) and something heavy like a hammer or wrench to gently tap the watch pins out. Make sure you are knocking from the right side or you will break the watch, look for arrows on the watch strap/ look up online which way they go.
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