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Re: Watch band sizing
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I saw on other pictures on the web that the links have small holes at the side. There should be some links with arrows r another marking. These are usually the links that can be removed to shorten the strap.
If there is a small arrow on the link, it means that you can push out the pin inside the hole in the direction of the arrow. Then the link can be detached. You can push it out with a blunt sewing needle (break off the tip).
Remove links on both sides of the watch when resizing it.
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Jun 16, 2010 - Uploaded by WatchDudeMark
In this video I will show u how to size your watch band with around the ... didn't need to watch it as you're obviously too fxcking useless to do ...
1 Determine the amount of links that need to be removed for the watch to fit on your arm correctly.
2 Find the tiny holes on each link. Most DKNY link wristwatches, such as the 3107 model, have holes at the links near the clasp.
3 Using the screwdriver, gently push the pin holding the link bar on the first link you want to remove. The link bar should come out on the other side.
4 Take the pliers and completely remove the link bar from the band. The link band will still be attached to the clasp. Remove the link with the pliers. Repeat Steps 1 through 4 for each additional link you want to remove.
5 Gather the watch band and and bring the two sides back together. Join the link bar and the clasp together and, using the screwdriver, press the link bar back into the hole completely.
I had to look into this for my wife's DKNY watch and this particular model has a Ronda 751 quartz movement, which takes a 379 battery. You can verify this by entering the movement name 'Ronda 751' and you'll see pictures of the movement with a 379 battery inserted.
Could be a number of different ways. Some newer watches have multiple clasps that make it easier for you to adjust it yourself. Check the bottom of the band for extra clasps.
Without seeing the watch I have no idea what type of links you have. I suggest taking it to a reputable watch repair shop and have them adjust it for you! It will save you the frustration of having to search for a small screw or pin if it should fall on the floor!