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to adjust the size of your wrist...eat chocolate! most watches with linked wristbands require the links removing.(small pins to b e pushed out) the type with the chain links usually have a clamp to release to slide the clasp up the band. the instructions should be with the watch manual. or ask a jeweler to help.
please post pictures if need more help so i can see the design
mcdevito75 here, If it"s a Casio watch, better to leave the Face alone, miss handleing the movement could destroy the watch, I"ve done it myself. Best to get a new face for the watch and have a jeweler install it.
Mine has done the same. i was looking at this site for the same repair, but i thought it should be quite easy to do ourselves. Simply use a high strength loctite and clamp it in position tightly for a few hours.
I'll let you know how it goes. (It's a bad design - a weak press fit). If the loctite fails then i'll try a metal bonding adhesive.
They are made by the LP Watch Group, from their website:
"The LP Watch Group has been handcrafting fine watches for generations. Founded in 1923 in Switzerland, by the Lucien Piccard family, the timepieces of the LP Watch Group have adorned royalty, dignitaries and celebrities world-wide.
Today, The LP Watch Group has repositioned itself for the 21st Century as a leader in the branded watch arena by collaborating with new young and talented designers offering some of the most innovative designs in the world. We have combined art and fashion with superior technology and handcrafted quality.
The LP Watch Group continues to provide old world craftsmanship in our classic watch designs, as well as technically innovative and boldly styled watches for our LP Italy Collections. Timepieces from the LP Watch Group are manufactured in materials such as 14 and 18 karat gold, sterling silver and Italian stainless steel. Diamonds and precious stones of the highest quality are incorporated into many of the watch styles.
Originally renowned for its classic gold precision timepieces, in recent years The LP Watch Group has broadened its lines to incorporate distinct collections such as LP Italy?, Lucien Piccard?, and many others."
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