Question about Fossil AU4003 Wristwatch
I have fossil Style No. FS4159. How do I adjsut the links to fit my wrist?
My best suggestion to you is to take it to a Fossil store (they will do it for free!), or go to a jewelry or department store (Dillards, Foleys) to get it sized right.
The problem with doing it yourself is if you do not have the correct tools you can scratch the watch or bend the pins easilly. Especially with the black band like you have.
If you go to a jewelry repair shop they will charge you. I have seen them charge anywhere from $2.00 to $15.00. Unlike Fossil or a few other big department stores.
Posted on May 15, 2009
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