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  • #16
    does rolex do it for free?

    Hi,

    I have just bought a GMT2, still under rolex warranty: do you think I go in a Rolex shop and ask them to adjust mu bracelet? It is a bit too tight.

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    • #17
      did you buy from a local AD?

      if you did, you may approach them to ask them resize.

      alternatively, you can do micro adjustment at the clasps.

      Originally posted by Olivier_SG View Post
      Hi,

      I have just bought a GMT2, still under rolex warranty: do you think I go in a Rolex shop and ask them to adjust mu bracelet? It is a bit too tight.
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      • #18
        Originally posted by Olivier_SG View Post
        Hi,

        I have just bought a GMT2, still under rolex warranty: do you think I go in a Rolex shop and ask them to adjust mu bracelet? It is a bit too tight.
        Most of the time, any ROLEX AD will resize your ROLEX watch for you for free. Alternatively, you can approach the ROLEX Service Centre (RSC) to do it for you. The RSC Singapore is located in the heart of Orchard Road (beside Lucky Plaza).
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        • #19
          Oceanklassik, triton thanks!
          I will go and check RSC in that case

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          • #20
            hmmm ... I usually uses jewelers screwdrivers and mostly it works..
            any comment on those clamp style tools?? theoretically they should be more efficient?

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            • #21
              3185 should work

              3185 should work better for me. Let me try!

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              • #22
                Thanks for sharing

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                • #23
                  Thanks a lot
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                  Rolex sub 116610LN
                  Tudor Back bay Bronze REF: M79250BM-0001
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                  • #24
                    Thanks you, it's helpful for me

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                    • #25
                      Thanks for sharing guys!

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                      • #26
                        Very useful, much appreciated

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                        • #27
                          Thanks

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