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Gear Fit (Small Watch Band)

23rd May 2014, 07:15 PM |#11  
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Okay but here in Holland there was a great offer where you got the gear fit for free with your galaxy s5 you didn't had the choice in size...

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23rd May 2014, 07:19 PM |#12  
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Okay but here in Holland there was a great offer where you got the gear fit for free with your galaxy s5 you didn't had the choice in size...

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You can buy new strap in every official Samsung Store in country. In my small country (Slovakia) we have 3 official stores and also in other shops you can buy it. I have one standard size in black color and one XL size in orange color. But XL is too big for me.
25th May 2014, 07:51 PM |#13  
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You can buy new strap in every official Samsung Store in country. In my small country (Slovakia) we have 3 official stores and also in other shops you can buy it. I have one standard size in black color and one XL size in orange color. But XL is too big for me.

Maybe they like Europe?

Canada has 3 stores, all out west and I am not driving 4000 or 5000km to see if they have wrist straps, me I bought one from eBay orange, standard size. Like I said the strap was not to small just had to get used to it.
1st December 2014, 10:21 PM |#14  
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Too small?!?! I'm dying for a smaller one! Yes I am a woman a not so small woman but these really aren't designed for us no smart watch right now is. I got the fit because it was the smallest of them all and mine is all the way in with the loop almost doubled!

The goof!
5th December 2014, 07:23 PM |#15  
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I wouldn't mind if the band were two notches larger.
1st March 2015, 03:01 PM |#16  
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I found the band too much hassle to fit quickly so got hold of a folding buckle, trimmed the band lengths, made holes for the spring pins and now the gear fits like a watch, just the right side of snug. Simple DIY job as I couldn't find anything in stores.
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3rd March 2015, 09:39 PM |#17  
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KMD19, That is a nice solution. I think I've seen those metal bands that have a pin for the watch band holes to still make it adjustable.
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4th March 2015, 08:09 AM |#18  
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dwwright. Yes they are easily obtainable from the Amaz - Bay. I plan on making some more using the standard straps in various colours. It's the raised bumps on the underside of the standard strap that provides the space/thickness for the holes required. I used a cork board pin from both sides to make mine, after I'd cut off the excess strap, that was the only tricky bit.
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