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Re: Adjusting Link bracelet
In Response To: Adjusting Link bracelet ()

What type of bracelet do you have? If the links are held together with screws then they will need to be unscrewed. If they are held together with cotter pins, then they'll have to be "pushed" out with a special tool.

It all depends on what I am asking you. I have never owned a TAG-Heuer... but, for what it's worth, yes, you can do it yourself, but you need some tools... otherwise just go to the store and have them do it.

If you're the type to constantly change bands and straps, then you may want to learn how to do this and invest in the tools... not expensive at all.


: How do I adjust the bracelet on my new Links
: watch?

: Tag Heuer talks like only their authorized
: dealers have the secret tool to do this? Is
: there a tool that no ordinary jeweler would
: have?

: Can I do it myself?

: Rob

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