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Just got a m20...Love the watch but have to wear the rubber or leather band because there are no half links on the tungston band :(! 2 links is a little to big and 3 links is to small. Anybody have any thoughts????
 

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Just got a m20...Love the watch but have to wear the rubber or leather band because there are no half links on the tungston band :(! 2 links is a little to big and 3 links is to small. Anybody have any thoughts????
Ice cream is the answer. Adjust the braclet to the "just a little too big size" and eat ice cream until it fits correctly. Much more fun that dieting to make the tight one fit. :blink::blink:
 

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Ice cream is the answer. Adjust the braclet to the "just a little too big size" and eat ice cream until it fits correctly. Much more fun that dieting to make the tight one fit. :blink::blink:
Ha ha... thanks for all your help :)
 

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The no half links dilemma is an age old problem experienced by many. No known cure because the manufacturers don't seem to get the message and/or half links are too expensive or for some other reason cannot be made for the bracelet in question. I have the same issue with some watch bands. I much prefer the slightly loose over the slightly tight for wearing comfort.
 
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