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I cant open my brand new watch ...HELPPPPPPPPPPPPPPP!

I cant open the double clasp. I need a "how to". Can someone help me?

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  • stalance Mar 11, 2008

    I can't open my double-clasp on my Movado watch either - help me!

  • hhdo Dec 14, 2008

    i have the same problem, help!!!

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I just recieved a Moldavo Men's Junior Sport (Model # 0605105 with certificate of authenticity) as an award -- but the instructions didn't bother explaining how to put the watch on!

For any hidden clasp band, see this web page (excerpt below):
http://www.worldofwatches.com/cust/sizingwatch.asp?d=0

Refer to the "Hidden Clasp" diagram and follow the instructions under the diagram:

I cant open my brand new watch ...HELPPPPPPPPPPPPP - cad9c3e.jpg To open this clasp, reach under the bracelet band and lift upwards. The band extends to allow for easy removal.

Posted on Jun 02, 2009

  • gcrumpley Jun 02, 2009

    I believe the Movado Kardelo has a push-button clasp:





    This clasp opens when buttons on each side of the bracelet band are pushed, then the band extends to allow for easy removal

  • gcrumpley Jun 02, 2009

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    I believe the Movado Kardelo has a push-button clasp:
    http://www.worldofwatches.com/cust/sizin...



    This clasp opens when buttons on each side of the bracelet band are pushed, then the band extends to allow for easy removal.

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Right where it looks together underneath,reach under the band between band and flat piece and LIFT. Kind of like your lifting the band off off the flat plate piece.

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Hi there. I'm having the same problem - did you ever find out how to open it?

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I got a jbw 6213 -A watch and got it resized about a week ago now its stuck there and i cant reach there to open it ,, its been 8 days and its still on my wrist ,, how did you guys manage to release the hidden thingy ?

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I just bought a Burgi BUR040 Watch It is a bracelet watch and seems to have a hinge but I can't open it.

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