Unsolicited Early Impressions of the Aquitaine from an Unknown Yank

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I just can’t imagine they’re shipping bracelets that top out at 7.25”
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I'd email them the picture showing all the links and they will soon know if there should be more if it was a full-length bracelet.
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Yeah I did exactly that.
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The update here is that customer support is issuing me a couple more links. They seem pretty baffled about how it happened, but they were pleasant and accommodating as I’ve experienced a few times already from this company.
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Great to hear you got sorted Jameson ;)
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NationOfLaws wrote: Mon Jun 20, 2022 9:52 pm I just can’t imagine they’re shipping bracelets that top out at 7.25”
I can confirm that this isn't the case. I resize all of my bracelets myself. When I get a watch from CW I need to remove at least 2-3 links for a perfect fit. So, I would say they are over 8" easy.
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