Shark Mesh Band is not cuttable, length adjustment can only do on the buckle, therefore a proper “Length range” selection is very important.
This simple tutorial is a measurement guide, two measurements are required:
You can use a measuring tape or any soft tape eg. USB cable, wrap it around your wrist without slack, to find your wrist circumference in mm.
Use a flat ruler to measure the straight distance between spring bars hole to hole in mm.
Click the “Check your size” displayed on every Winghead SHARK Mesh item page, it will redirect you to our “Measurement Guide” page.
Simply enter the above data : Your wrist circumference & Watch case size
Your best match “Length range” result will show up
Measure just below the wrist bone (below the wrist bone is the area between your hand and the wrist bone).
Mark the USB cable here.
Note this is your wrist circumference, enter this figure to Winghead Shark Mesh Calculator.
Quick Step : Use a Measuring Gauge for Wrist
Using a flexible gauge can help you accurately measure watch bands and determine your wrist circumference. This measuring tool features a user-friendly design with clear markings, making it convenient and easy to take measurements in both millimeters and inches. SHOP this Measuring Gauge
Use a flat ruler to measure the straight distance between spring bar hole to spring bar hole as shown in mm.
Note this is your wrist Watch case size, enter this figure to Winghead Shark Mesh Calculator.
Enter the figures in the Measurement Guide Pages, your best match “Length range” result will show up
For simple adjustment, you could just make use of clasp's 6 micro holes. There are removable links for Massy mesh bands, each about 3 ~ 5 mm for resizing the length.
Massy mesh band length adjustment steps:
Refer to photo below - a helpful step by step guide on how to adjust a mesh Milanese watch strap for the perfect fit.
Classic Milanese mesh band length adjustment steps: