Adjusting bracelet/band

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    Adjusting bracelet/band

    I was about to buy a watch online at thewatchery.com (Esq Drake), but I got to thinking about adjusting the band to fit my wrist. Is this something I can do myself or do I need to pay a jeweler?

    Before I buy, does anyone have any experience with this retailer?

    Thanks
    Last edited by stuffler,mike; November 21st, 2007 at 22:38.

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    Re: Adjusting bracelet/band

    Quote Originally Posted by twf View Post
    I was about to buy a watch online at thewatchery.com (Esq Drake), but I got to thinking about adjusting the band to fit my wrist. Is this something I can do myself or do I need to pay a jeweler?

    Before I buy, does anyone have any experience with this retailer?

    Thanks
    Can´t see the details of the bracelet so I can´t tell ya how to adjust. Never dealt with thewatchery.

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    Re: Adjusting bracelet/band

    If it's your only watch, a jeweler will typically resize it for you for about $15. If you're starting a watch collection, it's worth it to invest $25-50 in a set of basic watch adjustment tools.
    (I'd rather be driving)

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    Re: Adjusting bracelet/band

    Quote Originally Posted by twf View Post
    I was about to buy a watch online at thewatchery.com (Esq Drake), but I got to thinking about adjusting the band to fit my wrist. Is this something I can do myself or do I need to pay a jeweler?

    Before I buy, does anyone have any experience with this retailer?

    Thanks

    I had my watch band adjusted today at a watch shop. I was willing to pay a fee but the guy insisted that it was free of charge. So, if you meet a nice watchmaker, you probably can get it adjusted for free...

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