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Croton automatic watch, band problem

The metal band (looks like the one on model # RC311065RGRG) is too large. How do I take out links? Thanks for any help.

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Unless you have the appropriate tools for the job, it is likely that you will mark or damage the links taking them out yourself - any reasonable jeweller will be able to perform this service, normally only costing a few dollars at most. You could also return the watch to Croton to get this done if you prefer; http://www.crotonwatch.com/contact_us.aspx If you are still determined to do it yourself, then it is fundamentally just a matter of identifying the removable links (they will have a small screw head visible on the side), buy the correct size screwdriver(don't get a cheap one, it will do your watchstrap no favors) then it is simply a matter of unscrewing the link pins required, reassembling the pin where you wish to rejoin the strap - use loctite or similar to keep it from undoing, but be careful not to get this in the moving parts of the strap. if you can post a close up picture of the removable links from all sides, then i could talk you through it in more detail. Hope this helps :)

Posted on Apr 18, 2007

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