The drawing you see is only an exemplary drawing, which shows you how your watch is normally constructed. In some cases you might have to push out the metal pins contrarily to how the drawing is showing you, because different watches are constructed differently. But take this tip for length adjustment: Independently of how your watch is constructed, always try to find the thick, riffled end of the metal pin (highlighted in yellow color) and push it out first.
Should you still be unsure whether you are able to do it yourself you can always ask a watchmaker for help – we are sure they will gladly help you.
How to Take Care of Your Wooden Watch
1. Small scratches can be removed by polishing. You can use standard polishing creme.
2. Avoid contact with water. Our watches are splash-proof however frequent contact with water may be harmful to the watches.
3. Also avoid intensive contact with sunlight and high temperature fluctuations because that may put high stress on the wood.
4. If your watch has been exposed to a lot of sunlight or water you might want to treat your watch with our Wood Oil to maintain its natural coloring and resistance.
5. Please be careful when changing the battery and the chain links so that you make sure that neither movement nor wood will be damaged.