Question about Watches
If the watch band needs adjustment, you can go to the vendor who sold you the watch. The vendor will use special tools to adjust links in the watch band.
To adjust the watch yourself, use a pin pusher or paper clip, remove links by pressing on the small pins holding the links in place. When the watch band separates, and the pin is free, remove pins, then links, one at a time.
Re-attach your watch band by fitting the end links into each other. Using your pin pusher, re-insert a joining pin to complete the sizing. Store your extra links and pins safely in case you need to adjust the watch again in the future.
Posted on Jul 09, 2010
do you mean you want to reduce the band size?
To achieve this, follow the instructions below:
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