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The watch is too small to go around my daughter's wrist. Are there more links available for this watch?

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If it is astandard strap, probably site where they sell a watch migh have spare links. If it is a non-standard strap, it's not so easy. They might find out some compementary solution or might be more practical to buy a new strap.

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We have no idea but a jewelry counter person might be able to help you

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