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The basics

Each watch comes with four bands: steel, leather, silicone, and the silicone-Air. The fitness tracker device is built into the buckle, underneath the wrist. (See Image 1)

 

Image 1

To close the buckle, simply push until it snaps into place. To open it just pull from underneath the tracker with your pointer finger while at the same time pushing down on the first link with your thumb. It should pop right open. (See Image 2)


Image 2

If you feel that the clasp is either too hard or too easy to open/close, you can easily adjust it. Simply take a pair of pliers and carefully bend the little tongue in the necessary direction. (See Image 3) Make sure to test it after each slight adjustment because you don’t want to move it too far, but you can always bend it back in the opposite direction if you need to.


Image 3

 

Sizing the strap

The strap has three removable links on each side of the buckle. Using the screwdriver, remove as many links as it takes until the strap fits comfortably on your wrist. The average wrist size requires two links to be removed on each side of the buckle (four total links). (See Image 5)




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The last link on each side of the buckle must stay attached because they are required to connect to the different bands. (See Image 6)

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IMPORTANT: Take your time with this process because some of the screws may be difficult to unscrew. If the screwdriver starts to slip a little, then you should file down the sides using sandpaper until it is sharp again. (See Image 7)

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Check every single one of the links attached to the strap to make sure each screw is screwed in EXTREMELY TIGHT because they have a tendency to loosen over time. Store the extra links and screws in a safe place in case you ever need replacements.

Each band has a quick-release pin on each end. You’ll notice that one end has small cutouts. This is the side of the band that will fit into link from Image 7, above. The other side will fit into the watch face. (See Image 8)


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How to attach the bands

Directions:

1. Start by putting the bottom end in first. (See Image 9)
2. Using your finger, pull down the quick-release knob (See Image 10)…
3. Then push the top end into the link and release the knob. (See Image 11)

It should lock right into place. However, if it doesn’t then you may have to push the knob up a little more to make sure it completely locks into the hole on the steel link.


Image 9

Image 10

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Leather band stretching

Unfortunately, the leather bands came back about 3 mm too short. The good news is that there’s an easy way to stretch them to the proper length.

Directions:

Soak the leather bands in hot water for 10 minutes. Then remove them and pull on them firmly while being careful not to rip the leather around the pins. Next, attach them to the watch and strap like you’re going to wear it. Then find some sort of cylinder that’s about the same circumference as your wrist. Put the watch on the cylinder and buckle it closed. Make sure that it’s a pretty tight fit. You can use the silicone bands as spacers if it’s not tight enough. Then let it sit for a couple hours. Once they’re completely dry, they should be about the same length as the silicone and steel bands.



If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to email us at support@roxfordwatches.com, or start a chat with one of Roxford's technical support staff members by clicking on the chat icon in the bottom right of this page. We'd be happy to hear from you!