We'd like the linxx belt mechanism explained with illustration to show the difference of this belt versus other ratchet belts with more complicated mechanisms. We'd like to show how you can simply lift the entire buckle to release and slide belt into buckle to fasten instead of lifting a lever which can break easily and leave you stuck in your belt. Easy to loosen or tighten.
We'd also like to describe the benefits of the ratchet itself. it allows for a more custom fit - while other belts tend to be either too tight or too loose. The ratchet track on the underside of the belt allows for adjustment to 1/4 inch vs other belts that can only be adjusted on the inch.
We'd prefer images looking real like this link rather than fake drawn images: https://www.amazon.com/Apple-Watch-…01GFBWBY0/
Here are links to how the linxx belt works:
Linxx Buckle Belt Features:
The belt is fastened by sliding the strap into the buckle and released by lifting the buckle slightly and sliding the strap out.
The idea of the mechanism is that instead of pulling a lever on the bottom of the usual ratchet buckle belt which triggers a whole chain reaction in the mechanism to release the belt, the linxx ratchet belt works a lot simpler by just lifting the entire buckle which serves as the release to open the lock from the ratchet and unbuckle the belt.
We would like to stress on the mechanism of fastening and releasing and how it simply unlocks rather than a whole complicating mechanism that can easily get stuck, leaving you stuck in your belt.
As for the ratchet, It has many bumps on the opposite side of the leather strap which locks the belt in as you slide to fasten and can go to every quarter of an inch vs. a regular belt that can only fasten to an inch leaving your belt either too tight or too loose.
The images attached are simply to show what the belt looks like. I’d like a detailed illustration of real looking images showing how the Linxx belt works.