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How do I strap theorema rio skeleton watch to wrist can't get strap past pin in butterfly clip

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SOURCE: Adjusting the strap

Most clasps have a series of small holes drilled in them, and the end of the strap is held in by a small, spring-loaded bar whose ends are seated in one set of holes. Take the end of a small paperclip, or a large needle, and use it to depress the spring-loaded pin. You can then carefully slide it to another set of holes to make the band smaller. Don't let the ends of the pin slide all the way out of the clasp, or it might shoot off into space.

Posted on Jan 22, 2008

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SOURCE: Strap for Fossil Philippe Starck PH1035 Wrist Watch

Type in your browser FOSSIL WATCHES.
You will find numerous sites. Go thru them till you find what you're looking for.

Posted on Dec 19, 2008

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SOURCE: watch dial says 'WITTNAUER

Go to "www.allamericanwatches.com/" which is the Boluva site but they deal in this make. Put "straps" into their search box and a list of straps appears.

Alternatively, go to "wittnauer.watches-collection.com/". This company sells replicas, so presumably will be able to offer you a replacement strap.

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