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 Post subject: Strap too long..
PostPosted: Wed Dec 19, 2007 4:47 pm 
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Hi,
I've just my first Breitling and I ended up with a Montbrillant Datora with a croco strap (this is also the first time I discovered this site :-). At the AD I was probably a little swollen at my wrist, so the strap didn't feel loose. Now, I feel that it is a little too loose and I can't tighten the strap with the clasp any further.. Does anyone know if Breitling offer straps in different lengths, and should my AD have checked my wrist size before selling me a watch with a loose strap? I see that the strap is printed with 90 at one end, and 110 at the other end. Is that the length of the two pieces? I have not managed to find any information about this for 1,5 hour searching the internet now, and hope some of you know...:-)

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90/110 is the standard length. I don't think Breitling makes straps smaller than that. I have the exact same problem.. The straps on some Lings (depending on the size of the dial) just don't fit because they are too long. The only option I had was to buy an aftermarket strap, deployant strap, or just get a bracelet! The deployants go smaller than the Tang Straps... the Tang Straps widen too much at the top, and I've found I can't even get them to the smallest hole.

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