Mesh watch strap or band is a very popular option for both men’s and women’s mesh strap watches lately. Unlike leather watches or traditional metal strap watches, you can quickly resize your mesh watch strap bracelet using a watch spring bar tool or a regular flathead screwdriver. Adjust the placement of the sliding clasp on the lower portion of the mesh band bracelet to fit the mesh strap comfortably around your wrist.
STEP 1. OPENING THE CLASP
Have a watch spring bar tool or a small flathead screwdriver handy: Pry open the mesh clasp. You can also use the same type of screwdriver to adjust eyeglass screws or a different small, blunt tool like the prying tools built into a Swiss Army knife. DO NOT USE a Phillips head screwdriver nor a knife blade. Using a knife blade could slip and scratch the watch or you could cut your fingers with the blade.
STEP2. HOLD THE CLASP STABLE
Place the watch flat on a desk or table, or any other firm surface. Use one hand to hold the clasp firmly in position. It is easier and convenient to adjust a mesh watch strap on a table if it is your first time doing it.
PLACE THE WATCH SPRING BAR TOOL OR A SCREWDRIVER INTO THE SMALL HOLE ON THE CLASP.
The front side of the clasp will have a small hole about 1/4 inch wide directly in its center. You will use this hole to pry the strap open. Insert the spring bar tool or the screwdriver directly into the hole.
PRY THE CLASP UPWARDS TO OPEN IT.
There is a small set of hinges at the base of the watch clasp, on the side closest to the watch’s face.-
ADJUSTING THE CLASP
Slide the clasp up or down the mesh strap to accommodate your wrist. Sliding the clasp farther up the mesh strap (towards the watch) will tighten the strap on your wrist, and sliding the clasp down the mesh strap (away from the watch) will loosen the strap.
Now, align the back of the clasp with a groove in the mesh watch strap. The back of the clasp will have a corresponding indentation that fits snugly into any of these grooves. If you try to close the clasp without first having aligned it with a slot in the mesh strap, the clasp will be unable to close.
Once you’ve found the groove in the mesh strap and aligned, you can close the clasp to lock it in place.
You should hear a pop sound as the clasp snaps shut. And the watch is ready to be worn.