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Metal band too small on 126-06 Massimo Watch.

I have a Massimo Wrist Watch. It looks like size 126-06 Watch, i think it takes a V377 battery, just trying to give you the best description of the watch but anyway I broke the metal band on it because it was too small. I was wondering if i could some how get some links or a larger metal band for it?

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