I've had a couple, not all, but a couple of Invictas BNIB that had not so tight clasps on the bracelet. If it doesn't bother you too much and it doesn't cause the watch to come off your wrist, I'd leave it be. If it really bothers you, you can use a pair of needle nose pliers and, covering the clasp with a soft but moderately thick cloth, ever so gently squeeze the sides of the clasp for a more secure fit. But the key is putting gentle, momentary pressure :wink:to get a touch of a bend. Too much pressure, however, can be a bad thing. Let us know what you decide, and when you get a chance please posts pics of your 4469.:thumbup1:... the clasp doesn't:wink: close to tight please help
If it is the locking fold over clasp you are referring to......... Gently squeeze the two bilateral arms that support the flat part of the clasp that you see when wearing the watch. Use pliers with a towel, and barely squeeze.some one said you squese the clasp before wear specificaly do you squeeze.