Question about Skagen 358SSSD Wristwatch
Wife damaged her Skagen band, do a search on line for Skagen and contact the company direct they offer a postal service price is not too bad and whilst not rapid gives you an brand replacement.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: adjusting mesh band
Take a small flathead screwdriver, or maybe a metal nail file and pry up the catch.DO NOT pry up by placing the tool on the rod used for hooking the clasp side to this side. Just stick in the metal piece that is folded over ( it should have a little notch in it) and pry it up. If you still don't understand I will be glad to send you a picture later on today. PLEASE let me know either way!!
Posted on Aug 12, 2008
SOURCE: skagen mesh band shorten
just solved the mystery...U probably have too ..by now....but just in case..
here is a fun link to the solution by an actual user....was actually inspired by him...coz like I said I had mispaced the manual...
I just used my nail file and lifted the locking mechanism and moved it forward...Now I can sleep better tonite....!
Posted on Dec 27, 2008
hi..you can buy it from the following place.
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Posted on Feb 27, 2009
As SKAGEN have their own traiding rules you will not be able to get watch band in shops or even at the dealer otlets.
All I can do is to give you a link to send to Skagen a required part doc:
When the page is open click on PARTS REPLACEMENT FORM and give all the details asked.
Posted on Jul 22, 2009
SOURCE: shorten watch band
For this you will need a pair of fine tweezers, a small flat blade screw driver and a lot of patience.
Determine how many links you need to take out by pinching the band while it is on the wrist. Once you know how many you are ready to remove the links.
spread the band and you will see that the very end of the links is tabbed. Be careful and fold down the end of the link with your small screw driver. Be careful not to bend anything. You will then need to turn the band over and bend down the tab of the link on the opposite side but right beside the first tab you bent down. Now you will see how the band is held together. If you look into the two tabs you just bent down you will see a small peice of metal connecting the two links. This is a staple. Pull the staple out with your tweezers.
Now go to the exact opposite side and perform the same task. The band should now be apart where you remove the staples from each side.
Now count down the number of links you want to remove and perform the task again.
*Remember that you must do it the exact same way on each side or the band will not go back together.
Once you have the correct number of links out the band will go back together the same way you took it apart.
When folding down the tabs be sure to use gentle even pressure so you dont over bend them and keep the band from moving freely. I usually find it easiest to use the fla part of the screw driver in a gentle pressing motion.
Remember that this take watch makers and technician a lot of practice. Be patient. If you arent patient or good with very small parts, pop into your local jewlery store for help.
Posted on Sep 17, 2009
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