Can i have my watch's belt made smaller?
to clear up my question:
Can i have it made smaller at a shop if i didn't buy it from there or is that rude?
And if yes, i can, around how much do they ask for this?
(ps: this is the kind of belt i'm talking about)
- A.J.Lv 71 month agoFavourite answer
There are normally link pins.
Jewelers do it all the time. Some do it for free as a service, and others could charge you. If they do it for free, you might tip him/her $5.
You might find a larger pawn shop, or a local jeweler, or the jewelry counter at a good department store to do it.
It isn't rude, but you ask as "How much would you charge to resize a metal watch band?" You can telephone ahead.
- Linda SLv 71 month ago
It's not expensive and almost all watch shops will do it. It's not rude in the least. It's business. It's a few dollars per link. It's not a DIY job unless you have a few special tools. You mess up a DIY repair and you might need to buy a new strap. You don't want that!
- Pearl LLv 71 month ago
i dont see why not
- Kid MohawkLv 61 month ago
No, that's not rude at all. Asking to have links removed or added is a normal thing to have done at a jewelry counter.