How to Adjust a Rado Bracelet

Updated July 20, 2017

Rado is a well-known company that specialises in making unique, Swiss watches. Their watches include the V10K, Ceramica, eSenza and the Coupole. If you have purchased a Rado watch, then there is a good chance that you will need to adjust the bracelet on the watch in order to get the perfect fit. There are just a few steps that you need to perform in order to make the adjustment. If you do not feel comfortable doing it yourself, you can take it to the jeweller and have them do it for you.

Try on your Rado watch and determine how many links need to be removed.

Place your watch face down and locate the grey link pin that holds the watch together. The grey link pin is the second closest to the watch face on either side of the band.

Use your push pin to remove the grey link pin.

Remove the amount of links necessary to make your Rado watch fit. You can remove the links by pushing them in the direction indicated by the small, engraved arrows.

Rejoin the links onto the bracelet. You can do this by holding the last link against the link that is attached to the watch face.

Insert the grey link pin in the opposite direction indicated by the engraved arrows.


If you do not feel comfortable adjusting the bracelet of the Rado watch on your own, go to a jeweller.

Things You'll Need

  • Push pin
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