Wenger began manufacturing knives for the Swiss Army in 1893 and quickly became a company focused on quality and precision engineering. This history was adopted into all aspects of the business model and when they began manufacturing watches, they were as well built as Wenger's knives. Wenger watches are well-made and are fairly easy to size, with the proper instructions and tools.
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Things you need
- Soft cloth
- Small screwdriver/ small driving tool
Place the face of the watch down on the soft cloth. This will prevent scratching the watch in the process of sizing the bracelet.
Looking at the edge of the bracelet near the buckle, find the small pin holes that allow for changing of links. They will have an arrow on the inside of the band to indicate the proper direction to push them out.
Push out the first link in the direction of the arrow, pulling it out from the other side carefully if needed. Do not bend the pins. Repeat this to remove as many links as needed, removing from both sides if many are removed.
Rejoin the band by pushing one of the pins back through in the direction opposite of the arrow. Use the driving tool to push it until flush, then repeat on both halves of the band (if both halves were altered).
Check the watch for proper sizing on your wrist, and repeat from step 1 if it is not. Otherwise, enjoy your watch.
Tips and warnings
- Be careful of using metal tools around your watch--they can easily scratch the metal face/body.
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