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If you are ready to take that risk, here is how you can do that.
First- get watch on your wrist and by squeezing the bracelet count how
many links you have to take out to make it tight enough (say 4 for
Check the sides of a bracelet. You will notice that the upper bands
metal is flipped over the bracelets side. Take tweezers or small pliers
and unbend one of these. Try to do as little damage as possible.
When it's done, you will see two metal staples inserted into the
bracelet. You have to pull them out. While pulling out, remember how
they where positioned, as you will need to drive them back in the same
So, when the staples are out, do the same on the other side of bracelet. Now you have bracelet in two halves.
Count off 4 links and undo the staples in joint of 4th and 5th link in the same manner as previously.
When links are out, take the staples and drive them back into the
bracelet koining two ends together. You have to do that exactly the
same way and position as you took them out.
When all staples are in place, bend the metal back over to the bracelet sides.
BE WARNED: as you gonna do it first time, be ready that you can damage the bracelet or can not put it back together.
The trick is to turn the ring to the "Date" setting, Pull the stem out once for the Month and Date. Pull the stem out (hard, but gently) a second time for the Day of the week. Each pull will be confirmed by a 'beep. Be persistent and good luck.