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Didn't want to start another thread, I could use an advice on sizing this 6139-6002 bracelet
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Come on guys :p what's the proper way to do it? Is the cylindrical part on the last 3 links actually a pin that can be pushed out, or should I dismantle the whole thing?
 

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Firstly the bracelet you show is not an OEM Pogue bracelet. I checked my Uncle Seikos and they look different from yours and it does not match my EastTech so I just don't know which make and model you have there.

So get a thin wide pusher and push down as shown by the embossed arrows but not against a flat surface or they won;t have anywhere to go ! Bracelet sizing pads are good, so are hard sharp edge tables, workbenches, etc.

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This a genuine Z002 Pogue bracelet:
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Firstly the bracelet you show is not an OEM Pogue bracelet. I checked my Uncle Seikos and they look different from yours and it does not match my EastTech so I just don't know which make and model you have there.

So get a thin wide pusher and push down as shown by the embossed arrows but not against a flat surface or they won;t have anywhere to go ! Bracelet sizing pads are good, so are hard sharp edge tables, workbenches, etc.

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This a genuine Z002 Pogue bracelet:
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Thanks a lot, will try today! :)
 
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