Question about Rado Watches
I am pretty sure that you see 3-4 you can take out, but I think you can take the whole band apart if I remember correctly. After taking the links apart there is a metal tounge that the ceramic slides on to. The tounge is connected like a hinge, if you find something to tap out the pin holding the tounge on then the next piece of link slides out. Just keep doing this untill adjusted to your size. I would take out the harder ones and put in the ones that can easily be adjusted.Just be careful, that ceramic breaks easily!!!! Let me know how you do . Good Luck!!!
Posted on Jul 09, 2008
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