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I have a 40mm Blue Marine. I had 2 links taken out. Does anybody know what size I would use then when ordering another CW???

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Measure the circumference of your wrist?
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Thegreyman wrote:Measure the circumference of your wrist?
I did. I was wrong lol. Had to get a link put back in when it arrived.

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Dynamite_Kid19 wrote: Thu Mar 25, 2021 8:47 pm
Thegreyman wrote:Measure the circumference of your wrist?
I did. I was wrong lol. Had to get a link put back in when it arrived.

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Measure a link from the bracelet on your blue marine, add that to the previous wrist measurement you gave to CW and then use that for sizing your next CW :wink:
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You could also measure the length of the bracelet you have to each spring bar (with the bracelet laying flat). Then add in the lug to lug measurement minus a couple of mm for spring bar placement in the case. That would be pretty close I would think.

Alternatively, you could just get some simple tools and size it yourself. It isn't as hard as people make it out to be.
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rkovars wrote:You could also measure the length of the bracelet you have to each spring bar (with the bracelet laying flat). Then add in the lug to lug measurement minus a couple of mm for spring bar placement in the case. That would be pretty close I would think.

Alternatively, you could just get some simple tools and size it yourself. It isn't as hard as people make it out to be.
You'd be surprised how hard I can make using tools. Good thing is I'm not afraid to admit it and avoid the frustration and damage. I'm good for moving stuff and demo work. That's as handy as I get.

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