You’ve just received your Milanese mesh strap and you wonder how to adjust it? It’s very simple! You just need a small flat screwdriver (or similar object) and to follow the procedure detailed below.
First, pick up the first metal part of the clasp (1), then pick up the second metal part (2) to open the Milanese strap.
Place the strap flat on a table, and take the screwdriver (or similar object). Position the screwdriver in the small notch of the clasp (3) and use it as a lever to release the mechanism of the Milanese strap.
Once the clasp is unlocked, turn the strap and slide the clasp to the desired size, making sure to place it in one of the notches (to allow the clasp to lock). Slide the clasp towards the klokers key (center of the strap) to reduce the size, or towards the outside of the strap to enlarge the size.
To close the clasp, clip the part (3) that you had previously picked up with the screwdriver (always be at one of the notches on the back of the strap).
To close the strap, attach the two claws of the element (2) to the thin metal bar of the clasp. Clip on the metal part (2) and close the part (1).
You can now try your Milanese strap to check the size!
Discover the klokers Milanese strap !
Typical of the 1950s, the Milanese strap, also known as mesh bracelet, remains timeless and modern.
Back in the spotlight of fashion and watch industries, though inspired by the hauberks made in the Milanese workshops in the 17th century, it has been adopted by vintage watches aficionados and men concerned about their style.
Much more flexible than when it was originally created, the Milanese strap is now very comfortable to wear, and adjustable to the size of you wrist.
As a great classic of Italian elegance, the Milanese strap will give an overwhelming vintage look to your watch.