Question for PAW1500T owners

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    Question Question for PAW1500T owners

    I tried on the resin banded PAW1500 today and it fit nicely and I didn't find it too bulky unlike the older sea pathy model...

    ...but I prefer the Ti band model (which wasn't available) so was wondering what size wrist would be too small to accomodate the Ti band version when being resized?

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    Re: Question for PAW1500T owners

    Looking at mine, I would guess it could fit a 6-6.5 inch wrist. Watch will be pretty big, but the band can likely be sized that small.
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    Re: Question for PAW1500T owners

    I removed 2 links to fit it on an 8 inch wrist. There are still 6 removable links left.

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    Re: Question for PAW1500T owners

    May be I should measure my wrist.

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    Re: Question for PAW1500T owners

    Quote Originally Posted by hoochy View Post
    I removed 2 links to fit it on an 8 inch wrist. There are still 6 removable links left.
    Wow...I didn't realize they made the bracelet that big. That means it should fit something like an 8.5 wrist. With 6 links left, I'd say you'd be down to around 6.5", plus or minus a little with the fine-tuning holes in the clasp.
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    Re: Question for PAW1500T owners

    I just measured my wrist and it's 17.5cm (6.75" - the curse of being 6'4" and having long elongated wrists)...

    ...the Ti band would fit well on my wrist wouldn't it?



    The resin version fitted nicely and didn't feel too bulky or heavy at all.

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