Hirsch Extreme Cutting/Adjusting

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    Hirsch Extreme Cutting/Adjusting

    I'm looking to buy an orange Hirsch Extreme strap for my eco drive, but would quite like a slightly bigger strap. So how hard would it be to cut a 24mm strap to fit into 22mm lugs? Anyone ever done this that could explain the best way to do it?

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    Re: Hirsch Extreme Cutting/Adjusting

    It is called "Notching" a strap. YouTube should have videos on how to do this. I would practice on something first, as you need to be careful to make a clean, linear cut.
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    Re: Hirsch Extreme Cutting/Adjusting

    Won't be easy on the Hirsch Extreme as it is quite a chunky strap at the watch end, unlike the Pure, but with a sharp craft knife it could be done.
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