Question about Gucci 1500 1500.21531 Wrist Watch
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Posted on Jun 24, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: larger clasp
Unfortunately, I do not think this is going to be an easy fix. You may want to take it to a local independent watchmaker. Gucci may sell larger clasps but they may be difficult to find even from them directly. I have looked at the watch you have. It it was solid gold a Jeweler could just make it a touch larger.
Looking at the clasps the options i see is
Have the bangle removed and wear it on a leather strap,
Possibly remove the clasp where it says gucci and have the pins laser welded so that the clasp stays in a fixed position similar to a bangle.
Posted on Jan 03, 2009
Get a #0 1.6mm precision Phillps screwdriver (these are brittle) or similarly strong, thin piece of steel.
Hold the watch upside-down across your index finger while gripping the straps tightly between your index finger and thumb on one side, and index finger and middle finger on the other (ie. squeeze the strap around your index finger).
On the underside of the watch, stick the tip of the screwdriver under a square slot where the watchband is connected at an angle perpendicular to the strap. Firmly pry upwards on the cover on one side, then the other, until the cover pops off.
The battery is a Renata 379.
To put the cover back on, align the square slots precisely with the ends of the straps (keep these out straight), then firmly push the cover straight down until it "snaps" shut.
Posted on Jul 25, 2009
SOURCE: How to Open a Gucci watch
Most watches are either screwed on and typically have a series of small notches around the circumference of the case back. A special tool is generally called for. Otherwise they are "snap back" . These are simply pressed on. To remove you can carefully use a regular knife in the absence of a "case knife". There is usually a small gap/groove/notch area to insert the balde and lift the back off.
Posted on Jul 25, 2009
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