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Invicta pro diver strap length

Attempting to adjust the strap length on an Invicta pro diver series with stainless steel band. Moved the pin setting to shorten the strap but the top clasp is not in a position to close now. Please help.

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  • Anonymous Mar 24, 2009

    mine does the same thing. It also won't let me set the seconds to 0. When I pull the crown out to the second position the second hand doe's not stop.

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Ur supose to leave that one open and the rest u can tightin

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