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Reward Watch bands By Metal

Stainless steel watch bands are widely liked among wristwatch lovers from several reasons. First, they go well with a range of outfit styles and can be a nice touch in classy, business and casual occasions. Second, they are long-lasting and low maintenance because they are well-resistant to corrosion and staining. Last, but not least, they are suitable for people prone to common allergies.

(A1) Watch Clasp spring bar secures the opposite end of a watch band to the clasp.

(A2) Watch Clasp spring bar hole serves for connecting the clasp to the watch band.

(A3) Micro holes have the function of flexible length adjustment.

(A4) Watch Clasp unfolds into 3 parts and can extend the length of watch band, to allow the watch band to fit larger wrists or big boned / knuckles.

Below you can see integrated & non-detachable spring bar details, two types, on the example of Seiko watch bands and MiLTAT watch bands.

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On the image below, you can see the difference of non-detachable watch diver clasp above (eg. Seiko watch bands ) and detachable double lock diver clasp below.

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(A5) Removable link screws serve for adding or removing the links to adjust the length of the watch bracelet, but not all links are removable.

(A6) Link is one of many equal parts of the watch strap, that can extend or shorten it, but without compromising its design or functionality.

(A7) End piece / End link is the link that is closest to the case and attaches to it with an end link spring bar (A8).

(A8) End link spring bar holds the watch strap attached to the watch case.

(A9) End piece screw is the screw that holds the End link (A7) attached to its closest link (or so called second link), but not all stainless steel watch bands have detachable end link.

(A10) Tail short end spring bar serves as the connection between the ending tail of the watch band and the watch clasp (A4), this can be the same as (A1) or can be not.

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(A11) Longer piece of the watch band is the one that needs to be attached to the 12 o’clock side, whose opposite end connects to the clasp's length adjusting end (A3).

(A12) Shorter piece of a watch band is the one that needs to be attached on the 6 o’clock side, whose opposite end connects to the clasp’s secure double lock side.

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(A13) Materials used for stainless steel watch bands are usually stainless steel grades 304, 316 and 904. Due to its characteristics, grade 304 is on the cheaper end, as it is more sensitive than the two latter. Grade 316L is also known as the surgical steel and has a great quality-price ratio. Grade 904 is the most durable, hence the most expensive among these three, and quite hard to process and shape. Besides stainless steel, other materials commonly used for metal watch bands are titanium, 14K or 18K gold and sterling silver.

(A14) Metal finishes on metal watch bands can give your watch bracelet distinctive look. Most common stainless steel finishes in watch band industry are: Polished, Brushed, Brushed + Polished, PVD Black in Brushed, PVD Black with center Polish, Full Brushed I.P. gold, Full Polished I.P. Gold, Diamond Like Carbon Coating - DLC, Sandblasted, etc.

Watch bands By Metal

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