Tip for you if your bracelet watch slides to the ulnar (little finger side) of your wrist.

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    Tip for you if your bracelet watch slides to the ulnar (little finger side) of your wrist.

    Hello,
    I've found a solution, at least for some metal bracelet watches, esp useful if the body of the watch is heavy. The key is to have the semi-curved rigid clasp that sits on the underside of your wrist (usually several links long) act as an anchor because it tends to stay on the semi-flat undersurface of the wrist. .
    1- If the bracelet is the correct size for your wrist remove a link(s) from the radial (thumb) side of the bracelet and insert it on the ulnar (little finger) side of the bracelet.
    2- If the bracelet is too large remove a link(s) from the radial side and store it.

    It's worked well for me on two bracelet watches.

    I don't have a solution for non-bracelet watches - leather, rubber, etc.

    Cheers, CC
    Last edited by curious cheese; August 26th, 2011 at 19:54.

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    Re: Tip for you if your bracelet watch slides to the ulnar (little finger side) of your wrist.

    often overlooked when sizing a bracelet is the process of biasing it correctly. this little trick results in a very comfortable bracelet/watch combination.
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    Re: Tip for you if your bracelet watch slides to the ulnar (little finger side) of your wrist.

    Have been doing this, since childhood days, to all my steel bracelet watches.

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