Question about Invicta Watches
5827 looks just as a regular clasp, shape and design is a bit original, but it works as any other clasp:
Pull the folded-over side up to unlock the clasp away from the wrist. If there is a push-button (there should be none), push the small side button in to release the clasp and slide the watchband off of the wrist.
Posted on Sep 13, 2010
Turn the watch over so that the watch links are visible. You will see a small crown on the back of the links.
Gently grab the crown with your fingers.
Pull the crown downwards in a gentle motion while lifting the crown gently.
Watch the clasp pop open. You can now open the clasp fully and slide the watch on your wrist.
Take the watch to a jeweler or watch repair shop if pulling down on the crown does not open the clasp for additional tips and advice.
Posted on Sep 12, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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