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Link pins keep falling out on Ceramic Watch

Got my jeweler to remove two links from a new Ceramic Swiss Legend Watch I got for Xmas....I put it on and only an hour later the link pin worked it's way out and I almost lost the watch. They tried again, this time it worked for about 1/2 a day and same thing - came off in my sleeve while riding the motorcycle! Any thoughts?

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They probably forgot to put the little locking barrel back in before hammering the links shut again. Some watches have the link, the pin, and a barrel that goes in the link before the pin is hammered in. If your watch needs this barrel then the pin will NOT stay in without it, no matter what.

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