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Rolex Loose Clasp Fix

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Just wanted to share this trick with anybody who hasn't heard of it, and is having problems with a loose clasp which keeps opening on their rolex  - have tried it myself with oyster bracelet and president bracelet clasps, works very well.

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Thanks for that, my wife's day date is suffering with this issue.

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Appreciate that tip very much. Quite useful and simple, thanks.

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Old news

 

 

:D

 

 

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I have this with a gold sub, however can't bend the oyster clasp, think its about time I started taking the gym seriously....

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10 hours ago, WatchaholicMallorca said:

I have this with a gold sub, however can't bend the oyster clasp, think its about time I started taking the gym seriously....

Ahaha no need to bend too hard mate! 

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Yes, don't try and go all "Uri Geller" on it

 

 

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On 15/8/2017 at 03:00, goldrolexdaydate said:

Ahaha no need to bend too hard mate! 

I know only joking, I did this fix with an old milgauss I had, but for this sub it doesnt work...

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9 hours ago, WatchaholicMallorca said:

I know only joking, I did this fix with an old milgauss I had, but for this sub it doesnt work...

Hmm maybe try slightly bending the other side, but to make it less curved?

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It doesn't really matter which 'arm' of the clasp you alter as it's the actual change in overall relative length between 'hinge' and 'catch' that increases/decreases the strength of closure

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35 minutes ago, narikaa said:

It doesn't really matter which 'arm' of the clasp you alter as it's the actual change in overall relative length between 'hinge' and 'catch' that increases/decreases the strength of closure

Exactly, so if he's finding it hard to bend the "right" side outward, he can try bend the "left" side inward for the same effect. 

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On 17/8/2017 at 09:55, goldrolexdaydate said:

Exactly, so if he's finding it hard to bend the "right" side outward, he can try bend the "left" side inward for the same effect. 

Tried both mate, even used the egde of my marble countertop as a hinge and pushhed down, won't budge !

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15 hours ago, WatchaholicMallorca said:

Tried both mate, even used the egde of my marble countertop as a hinge and pushhed down, won't budge !

Ah ok, then probably the actual catch which holds the two parts of the clasp together is not deep enough or maybe twisted out to a weird angle. I'm not too sure what the fix would be.

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