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Thread: Longines Legend Diver

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    Master
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    Longines Legend Diver

    I have received today my L3.774.4.50.6.

    Really pleased with it. I have a question, I need to size the milanaise bracelet, it has a number of removable links. They look like a push type, can anyone please confirm this please.

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    Journeyman
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    Havent you got the watch there?? Cant you tell??

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    I have no experience of a LLD, but my HC has push pins. One side is solid the other is split to provide the friction. Push the solid end. Hope that's helpful.

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    Is this the bracelet you mean?


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    I bought a LLD about 6 or 7 years ago.

    It came in a sailcloth type strap. I put it on a mesh bracelet (think it was a Geckota type one). as son as I got it.

    That is easy to adjust! Just unscrew the links, plus it had micro adjustment on the clasp.

    I sent it off to Longines a few months ago, they serviced it, and fair play to them, they polished the watch , even the non original mesh strap I had it on too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by valleywatch View Post
    Is this the bracelet you mean?

    Yes thatís the one

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    When I want a bracelet altered on any of my watches. I just take it to the local jewellers. Charges me a fiver...job done!

    I only change bracelets over to straps or vice versa. I know lots of folk adjust their own watches...but I'm very ham fisted, and have very little patience! So a fiver to the local jeweller...job done!

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