Bill B. Wrote:Reverse the straps to see if that helps. One side is shorter. Sometimes this will center the deployant better.
swilli40 Wrote in reply to:Bill B. Wrote:Reverse the straps to see if that helps. One side is shorter. Sometimes this will center the deployant better. I tried that by wearing upside down (to check) and also tried on the other wrist. The deployant is fairly centred, but has quite a curl on it for my wrist. I also have it on the last hole
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The UK Greg Wrote:I would move some of the links from the 6 position to the 12 position. The object of the exercise is to get the buckle closer to the 6 and it should help. Do not try to flatten the buckle it will not work as it's supposed to.
swilli40 Wrote:what about using the standard buckle lengths as these seem to allow it to be more centred.
Last edited: 22 December, 2013 - 19:48