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Tessot steel wrist watch band

I have a new tIssot watch with a link bracelet. It has been adjusted to fit my wrist but still falls down to my hand. I like watch to sit on wrist. Had one more link taken off but then too tight. Is there such a thing as a wrist guard or something that slips under the watch or band to provide a snugger fit? I love this watch but don't like it constantly moving on my wrist.

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    the watch band needs adjustment to fit my wrist otherwise the watch will just slip out of my hand

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You can prefer online shop for better watches.

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You can remove link by using link remover tool or you can take help of watch mechanics in your vicinity.
http://www.procuffs.com/Gunmetal-USB-8Gb-Cufflinks-p/pc91.htm

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Are all the links the same size? I ask because some watches have a half size link or two mixed in with the regular size links. You may be able to mix them and make it fit more comfortably. Is the clasp adjustable at all?

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I own a tissot too. instead of removing a link, just change which hole the link sits in on the clasp

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  • 2 Place the watch face-down on a flat surface.
  • 3 Look on the back of the watch band. You will find an arrow that indicates which direction you should push the pins to remove the links.
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