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How to size Skagen titanium mesh watch band.

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your band is Skagen Signature Mesh
http://www.skagen.com/service/watchInstructions.fx#adjustment

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Skagen replacement band


I am facing the same issue as you. I have a Skagen 311LTRB watch without a band. I purchased the watch without a band, so I don't even know what the original band looks like.

It seems strange to me that Google doesn't even find that model of Skagen watch when you search on the model number. Makes me wonder if the watch is fake or real.

What I did was purchase an 18 mm mesh band and two pins from the following seller on eBay: "BandFever" / "18mm SILVER MESH WATCH BAND,COMES WITH 2 SPRING BARS". It only cost $12.95 with free shipping.

After installing the band, I am now able to wear the watch. And it feels very comfortable with the mesh band. However, it looks a littly dorky because there are overhangs on each side of the watch where the bands attach. I keep wondering what the watch appeared like when it was new with its original band.


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Have a Titanium Skagen watch #311LTRB and would like a replacement band. Can you assist?


I am facing the same issue as you. I have a Skagen 311LTRB watch without a band. I purchased the watch without a band, so I don't even know what the original band looks like.

It seems strange to me that Google doesn't even find that model of Skagen watch when you search on the model number. Makes me wonder if the watch is fake or real.

What I did was purchase an 18 mm mesh band and two pins from the following seller on eBay: "BandFever" / "18mm SILVER MESH WATCH BAND,COMES WITH 2 SPRING BARS".

After installing the band, I am now able to wear the watch. And it feels very comfortable with the mesh band. However, it looks a littly dorky because there are overhangs on each side of the watch where the bands attach. I keep wondering what the watch appeared like when it was new with its original band.

Wish I could paste an image of the watch, but that doesn't seem to be allowed.

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I NEED TO FIND A REPLACEMENT MESH BAND FOR A WOMENS SKAGEN WATCH.


A company that is a US distributor for Skagen (Denmark company) will sell you a replacement band. Mesh bands are $15 plus shipping.directions and address are here: http://www.skagen.com/service/orderWatchBandParts.fx

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My gunmetal titanium band (only half of the band is broken, what do I need to get it repaired or replaced???


some watches provides bracelet parts to replace, like rado, tissot etc...otherwise you have to replace whole bracelet, as per my experience titanium cant be solder nor repair

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How do I adjust my watch band?


If you want to deuce the size of your band then I have found some instructions on the Fossil website and since most watches are very similar you can try the method described there.

If you need to replace links then you can get them for Skagen (free!).

Go to "fossil.com", go to the bottom of the page and you will see a menu, click on "customer care", and then look under "Product Info" on the left and you will see "watch instructions"

Go down the list to the bottom and under "Phillipe Stark" there is an item "bracelet instructions"

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Skagen watch/ How do you adj the links?


its a pretty easy link to remove on the lower part of your band there are pins those pins have a large side and a small side. you can use a tack to apply pressure to the small side. make sure the pin has somewhere to go( you dont want to bend it) press the pin out the other side.
remember your watch only has about 4 links that can come out.

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I just bought a skagen stainless steel mesh band watch. I am trying to adjust the band to make it shorter. I have the piece the moves open, but I cannot figure out how to get it shut again.


http://www.skagen.com/service/watchInstructions.fx#adjustment
your watch has the skagen signature mesh band. its actually very easy to adjust once you figure it out all you need is a small screwdriver.

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Skagen watches have a fairly unique band. If you have a leather band you can find a replacement from most after market band suppliers like Speidel. For the mesh steel the only after market I know of is from Bariloche. Bariloche. I am still not aware of any titanium mesh suppliers but you can always contact Skagen for replacement bands. They are very good at keeping replacement parts for their watches for several years.

http://www.skagen.com/service/orderWatchBandParts.fx

Once you have the band you will need to use a small screw driver to depress and release the spring bar that secures the band to the watch. Place a screw driver in between the ridge of the spring bar and the lug of the watch case and gently move inwards. Remember that the end of the spring bar is spring loaded so it may fly out if you move the end away from the watch.

Thanks!

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