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Dec. 3, 1946. ' A. MacLACHLAN . STEP ADJUSTABLE WRIST BAND 2,412,154 ' Filed OCt. 2, 1945 ll 62/ 60/ 7'67 68 , fzy/enZLo/nl é/uggfij 2,412,154 Patented Dec. 3, 1946 UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE 2,412,164 — STEP ADJUSTABLE WRIST BAND Archibald MacLachlan, Chicago, Ill. Application October 2, 1945, Serial No. 619,756 1 Claim. (01. 24—206) 1 be used on wrists of different sizes. My device also has a locking means preventing loss or be coming loosened. My device is simple, improved and economical in construction, lasting in wear and comfortable in use. My invention also contemplates such other ob jects, advantages and capabilities as will later more fully appear and which are inherently pos sessed by my invention. 2 into box like member 50 through open end 52. The forward end 56 of spring 54 contacts remov able end member 59 but does not prevent its for ward movement in box like member 50. Rear ward movement of member 59 is prevented when end 56 of spring 54 bears against one of the My invention relates to a wrist band primarily for watches, identi?cation bracelets or the like. Among the objects of my invention is to pro vide a wrist band adjustable to receive and hold watches or other objects of different sizes and to spaced ridges 65. By manual forward ‘movement on ends 58, rod 51 moves end 56 of spring 54 away from contact 10 with ridges 60 of a removable end member 59 and permits its rearward movement. When manual ‘ pressure is released on rod 51, spring 54 returns to contact member 59. A ?xed end member 5| is attached to the other 15 end of said box like member 50. The outer portions of end members 59 and GI While I have shown herein a preferred em bodiment of my invention, yet I wish it under stood that it is susceptible of modi?cation and change without departing from the spirit of my invention. Referring to the drawing, Fig. 1 is a front ele 20 vational view, Fig. 2 is a top plan view and Fig. 3 is a rear elevational view of my device; Fig. 4 is an enlarged detailed view on line 4—4 of Fig. 3 are adapted to receive means for the attachment of a watch, bracelet, or other object. The box like member is adapted to receive engraving for identi?cation purposes. Having thus described my invention, I claim: A buckle comprising an elongated box like member of rectangular cross section and having an interior face and an open end, a spring at sectional view; Fig. 6 is a face view of the remov 25 tached at its rear end to the interior face of said box like member adjacent the open end of said able strap and Fig. 7 is a perspective view of my partly in section; Fig. 5 is an enlarged detailed assembled device. The embodiment selected to illustrate my in vention comprises an elongated box-like member 55 of rectangular cross section and having an in 30 terior face 51 and an open end 52. Attached to said interior face 51, adjacent said open end 52, is the rear end 53 of spring 54. Said spring 54 extends diagonally forwardly and upwardly from said open end 52 to transverse embossment 55, beyond which it extends diagonally forwardly and upwardly to free forward end 56. A rod 51 is positioned in embossment 55 with its ends 58 extending beyond box like member 50. A removable end member 59 having a plurality 40 of spaced ridges 60 may be forwardly inserted box like member and extending diagonally for wardly and upwardly therefrom, said spring hav ing a diagonally forwardly and upwardly extend ing free front end, said spring having a trans verse embossment intermediate its ends, a rod positioned in said embossment and extending be yond said box like member, the free front end of said spring normally contacting a removable member inserted into said box like member through said open end thereof, said rod upon manual forward movement against said spring adapted to move the front end away from con tact with the removable member. ARCHIBALD MACLACHLAN.