HELP with DEFY Classic bracelet link screw size!
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    HELP with DEFY Classic bracelet link screw size!

    I'm the proud owner of a brand new DEFY Classic Skeleton dial on the titanium bracelet that I bought from my local AD today on a whim. I came home, super excited to wear it, only to realize I don't have a screw driver small enough to fit into the link screws on the bracelet! The flat head screwdriver I usually use for link screws is 1.4mm.

    I'm wondering if the community can tell me what size screwdriver I will need for these screws! I read that I will need to buy two of them and use them simultaneously, so I'd like to make sure I get x2 correct, rather than x2 wrong...

    Thanks in advance.
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    Re: HELP with DEFY Classic bracelet link screw size!

    Hey congrats on the pick up. I love mine. As for the bracelet...I had to go to my jeweler to get it sized. I usually handle my own sizing. But apparently you have to hold both screws on each end of the link on the Defy. I didn’t want to risk scratching it.
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    Re: HELP with DEFY Classic bracelet link screw size!

    Your AD should have really sized it for you before you left the premises. You said it was local.... Just go back and ask them to fix it for ya.

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