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I want to adjust the steel bracelet on my new GMT II

How do i adjust the size of the size of my bracelet on my new Rolex GMT II?

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You can do it yourself but proper watchmakers screwdriver is needed.
Check the sides of your bracelet and you will see screw ends with grooves. Unscrew them and adjust your bracelet (take the links out). Then screw them back in.

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Arthur

Posted on Dec 17, 2008

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