1.When the buckle wear loose . Can it be repaired?
This type of clasp can be adjusted manually. If you are handy, try the following to fix it:
- open the claps and lay it on a piece of rubber or soft wood with the inner side of the hook facing upwards
- use a flat tip screw driver or blunted chisel to press on the hook
- hammer on the screw driver or the chisel very gently - test the clasp
- repeat the above steps and increase your force gradually until you get the right snap
2.How do I adjust the size of a metal link bracelet ?
You need some basic tools like a push pin about 0.8mm in diameter with a handle and a small hammer, a copper one preferably which is less likely to scratch the bracelet. The link pin needs to be pushed out from the tail end. When you observe from the side, if you see the pin head with a split line across the center, that indicates the pin head. You should push from the opposite end, i.e. the tail end. Otherwise, the pin may get stuck half way out. If you could do this, you should be fine with the rest of the procedures. After removing the excessive link(s), just put the ends of the bracelet together, line up the holes, then gently tap the link pin back in place with a hammer. In any event, if you find it too challenging or if you are not handy enough to handle it, feel free to send it back to us for free resizing provided that you would pay for the shipping fee.
3.Should i wear a magnetic bracelet tight or loose?
It depends on your personal preference, habit and comfort level. However, for maximum comfort especially when you do not intend to take it off daily, it is recommended that you choose a size slightly larger than your wrist size. We recommend a 1/8" to 1/4" slack for couple of reasons: 1. Comfort 2. A snug fit tends trap the moisture or sweat which may soften the skin or even cause skin irritation overtime. 3. Some slight movement of the magnets is believed to be more effective than stationary magnets.