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Dec 25, 2013 - Uploaded by Phil Crockett
This video shows how to adjust the size of a watch band by removing extra links. This video is "to ... +Jay Carlo Aguilar Glad my video helped you out! Makes my .... Can't wait to challenge my smartass Grandkids to figure it out.
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Learn how to adjust a metal / silver / gold watch band or how to resize a ... A couple of pins on my watch broke and I bet I caneasily fix this for ...
Take the watch to your local Jeweler that you trust. They have the proper equipment to do the job effeciently and quickly. The jeweler may not even charge you to just downsize the band. Make sure you keep the extra links. If you have to have extra links added, that will cost a little more. Done properly, without damaging/scratching the band, or watch...will be worth the expense.
mcdevito75 here, Anne Klien, nice watches, Retirn to the place where you purchased the watch and ask for 2--3 extra links for the band, most Brand watches will give 1--2--3-- extra links for free when asked for, but of course there"s no guarantee of them being free. Or you can look for a small watch repair shop in your area to match up the exsisting links or a new band.
That's not going to be easy. My only suggestion would be to drop into some watchmakers, take the watch (with band) with you and ask if they happen to have anything that will match. We watchmakers often have the habbit of not throwing parts out. You may be lucky.
Hi lovingdesert ,the only thing you do is go to a service center for watch,if they have clasp like of your Anne Klein,maybe they have an extra. sometimes customer leave thier adjusted clasp. or go to Anne Klein site,and order an extra clasp.
you would have to either have custom links made or buy a whole new band to be made the links pop out by pins and then shortened placed this way back together
but if you dont have extra links buying longer band is your better sollution cause creating a link or 2 to fits can be costly