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  1. Aaron Barr

    Aaron Barr Oakley Enthusiast Premium Member Lifetime Member

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    Hey guys. I'm sorry if this has been brought up in a post but I can't find it anywhere. I was wondering where do you go to size an Oakley watch with a metal band. I live in Michigan and the only Oakley store here has people that seem to know less about Oakley stuff then me and are awestruck when I show them pictures of anything I have that came out more than a few years ago. I haven't seen Oakley watches in any other watch stores so I'm kinda lost as to where to go. Does anyone have any info for me, I could really use some help? Thanks
     
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  2. Duke Nivram

    Duke Nivram (Something Clever)

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    what watch are you trying to get sized?
     
  3. Aaron Barr

    Aaron Barr Oakley Enthusiast Premium Member Lifetime Member

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    Hollow point. Just picked it up last week
     
  4. Sun & Sand

    Sun & Sand Oakley Enthusiast Premium Member Lifetime Member

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    Authorized Oakley Dealer SportRx has a video showing how to do it:
     
  5. Rustpot

    Rustpot M Frame Lover Premium Member

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    It's screws and spring pins, not too hard.

    Where in Detroit area are you?
     
  6. Aaron Barr

    Aaron Barr Oakley Enthusiast Premium Member Lifetime Member

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    I agree. It doesn't look hard at all but I love leaving high priced tiny intracite things to experts/ specialists. The last thing I wanna do is lose or break a piece on something like this and have to track down replacement parts. I'll give it a go tho, if it weren't a hollow point with the easy Allen wrench setup where would u go?

    Also I'm in at Clair
     
  7. Aaron Barr

    Aaron Barr Oakley Enthusiast Premium Member Lifetime Member

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    St. Clair shores. Just north of detroit.
     
  8. Aaron Barr

    Aaron Barr Oakley Enthusiast Premium Member Lifetime Member

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    Thanks for the video btw. Sorry for my lack of gratitude @Sun & Sand, definitely appreciate the help.
     
  9. Rustpot

    Rustpot M Frame Lover Premium Member

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    If you'd like assistance I can try to help. I'm not super close, but more so than most.

    Any jeweler should be able to size the watch. Normal watches are sometimes more complicated, luckily the Hollowpoint just uses a hex wrench to remove links. The same spring bars any watch uses are the fine adjustment at the clasp.
     
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  10. Oakley for life

    Oakley for life Oakley Collector

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    The hollow point is just Allen keys. That is the only watched I sized myself.... I always take my watches to a store or jeweler to get sized but that one I could do.
     
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