Sure Fit Belt

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Maureen C.
Maureen C.

Purchased your belt several months ago as a gift for my husband.He loves the idea and it was comfortable but lost its grip and on further looking for an answer it appears that a pin had fallen out and the spring has unwound. can you help with a replacement or tdll me what to do sbout it being faulty?
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Thank you, Maureen Costall

Global Shop Direct
Global Shop Direct   DM   

Hi Maureen, just checking that this has now been resolved?

ANGELA D.
ANGELA D.

purchased the surefit belt but how do you assemble it together?

DaveH
DaveH  

The buckle consists of a belt-locking crocodile jaw and a small toothed belt securing clamp. You need to cut the belt to your size (plus 5-6cms to cater to the next 5+yrs), cut a notch in the centre of the fresh-cut end, open the small belt-securing clamp (with teeth, which can be rotated), insert the cut end into the clamp and close it firmly so the teeth bite into and secure the end of the belt.
Open the large toothless clamp wide and insert the tapered belt end into it, feeding it through the belt guide above the small clamp and adjust for comfort - enjoy.

ANGELA D.
ANGELA D.  

Having trouble opening the clamp as I don’t have any visible instructions

Paul T.
Paul T.

I have assembled my sure fit belt but now find it is too long. I have tried to undo the buckle but it seems to have locked itself in place. How do I remove the buckle to shorten the belt. I realise I should have done this procedure in the first place. Can I remedy my problem?

Ken mcdonald
Ken mcdonald  

I have assembled the belt and to the correct size.i have found that after i have worn it for a short time i have to tighten it.this occurs repeately whilst i am wearing it

DaveH
DaveH  

Have not had that problem at all. Test it by passing the end through the wide-open buckle, ensuring the belt passes through the guide smoothly and over the snatch; then try pulling it apart, holding the buckle with one hand and pulling the fed-in belt with the other hand. If it slips, inspect the buckle snatch curl, which should clamp the belt when pressure is applied to withdraw the belt.

DaveH
DaveH  

To remove the belt so you can shorten it to your size, you need to first, when you look at the belt clamp from the side, you will see it is comprised of two pieces, hinged together, one thinner than the other.
Rotate the buckle so that the moving-parts side is out of the way, to allow access to the thinner part of the clamp; you need to prise the thinner part of the belt-clamp open.
Using a strong blade, thin enough to slip into the gap near the hinge, carefully lever it up enough to insert another thin, strong tool (common screwdriver?, thin letter opener?) into the slot which appears above the buckle when you have levered the clamp enough; this will allow you to open the clamp with the second tool, so you can remove the belt for adjustment.
Cut the belt to your size, plus 5 or 6 cms, cut the notch in the new end and reinsert into the clamp. Good luck.

Paul T.
Paul T.  

thanks . sorted.

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