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

: 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

(from memory and without a "Link" in front of me)

1) Remove the pin that attaches the clasp to the bracelet.

2) One of the S shaped pieces should fall away revealing a "hidden" screw securing the second S shaped piece - these 2 S shaped pieces make up 1 link.

3) Re-attach b/let & clasp

No "special" TAG Heuer tools are required


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