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Skagen watch 355LGSC has a mesh strap and the the clasp will not stay closed

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SOURCE: Lost screw to secure watch band on Skagen 355LGSC

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SOURCE: Skagen 355LGSC Wrist Watch - I need a new mesh

hi, just take it into any Angus & Coote store which sells Skagen & they can order one for you - may take up to 6 weeks though

Posted on Feb 24, 2011

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How do i adjust the band on the slimline mesh skagen watch


Step 1. On the reverse of the strap you should see a succession of ridges. You will also notice a corresponding ridge on the clasp. Sounds obvious, but once you have decided where the clasp should reside on the strap, you need to align these two ridges.
meshstrap1.jpg

The reverse of the strap
Step 2. Get a piece of string or ribbon and wrap it around your wrist. Snip the string so that one end meets the other and measure this diameter.
Step 3. On the other end of the strap you will see the hook which goes over the clasp - you will see the next picture. From this hook the measured distance will be where the end of the string lies.
meshtrapmacro12.jpg

The clasp mechanism - the watch is to the right of the picture
Step 4. This is the tricky bit! Insert a small screwdriver into the hole on the main clasp part, from the right hand side and bend it down towards the strap thus opening the clasp. Do not insert a tool from the left side, under the clasp and use the bar as a fulcrum; you will bend this rod and the watch strap will not hook over it. Move the clasp to the desired position and gently locate the ridge nearest the position. Once located, press down on the open clasp until it clicks into place - voila!
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Skagen 355LGSC Wrist Watch - I need a new mesh watch band. I live in sydney. Any ideas?


hi, just take it into any Angus & Coote store which sells Skagen & they can order one for you - may take up to 6 weeks though

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Received Skagen watch Order No: W256417 today. Mesh Band is too long for me. I do not understand step 2 of instructions Ray Reeves


Ajusting the Clasp - Skagen signature mesh bands are easily adjustable in just three simple steps:

LIFT - SHIFT - PRESS Lift the slotted clasp, Shift the adjustable buckle to the desired position (make sure the clasp is set in one of the indentations on teh back of the band), Press the slotted clasp closed.

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Lost clasp to my new watch. where can I get one?


Skagen is very good about doing repairs and very reasonably priced for a replacement clasp Send your watch directly to them. Because of the mesh band on most of their watches a 3rd party repair shop will only send it to them and end up costing you more money and more time.

Here is the repair form-
http://www.skagen.com/content/securePdf/SK_Watch.pdf

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Defective watch band clasp for Skagen #M228BB


some of these clasps are a pain. but keep trying it will clasp, slide it back and forth slightly while applying some pressure you will feel a little difference then snap it into place. there are only certain spots on the band where you can clasp it. where you are trying may just not have an indention.

Aug 25, 2009 | Skagen 355LGSC Wrist Watch

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I need a skagen 355lgsc replacement band. any ideas


replacement from skagen
$15
http://www.skagen.com/service/home.fx

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Skagen ladies watch mesh band coming apart


As SKAGEN have their own traiding rules you will not be able to get watch band in shops or even at the dealer otlets.
All I can do is to give you a link to send to Skagen a required part doc:

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

When the page is open click on PARTS REPLACEMENT FORM and give all the details asked.

Rate, please.

Jul 22, 2009 | Skagen 355LGSC Wrist Watch

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How to fasten a Skagen watch?


Hi there. Insert the mesh strap inside the hole and secure with the hook and clip fastening with a foldover security clasp.

Hope this one helps.

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Skagen mesh band shorten


just solved the mystery...U probably have too ..by now....but just in case..

here is a fun link to the solution by an actual user....was actually inspired by him...coz like I said I had mispaced the manual...

http://www.amazon.com/review/product/B0000C9ZBX/ref=dp_top_cm_cr_acr_txt?_encoding=UTF8&showViewpoints=1

I just used my nail file and lifted the locking mechanism and moved it forward...Now I can sleep better tonite....!

Mrs Martin

Oct 24, 2008 | Skagen 355LGSC Wrist Watch

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Skagen watch band issue


You can find generic bands on Ebay or do a Google search for mesh bands. They come in various widths usually in millimeters so you have to measure the width between the lugs where the band connects to the case of the watch. Do a Google search for nomenclature of what a lug is on a watch if you do not know what I mean.

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