Ardoise Wrote:I had the same issue. The problem, in my case was with the length of the strap - not the clasp. I switched from short strap to longer strap and that "centered" the deployant on the bottom of my wrist very comfortably. Good luck with yours.
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Francis S Wrote:and this.>>> Great post!>>> I have seen different sizes specified on this site, so even with looking around, i am still a big confused.I have seenXS: 135/55S: 145/55XL: 155/55andXS: 125/45S: 135/55XL: 145/60I am sure this is std v's deploy ant sizing, but doesn't match the +10 on each side mentioned in the picture (unless its 145/65).to help others that may have the issue, here are some shots of how it is currently:
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Francis S Wrote:There was an article in the old WATCH magazine about straps.Basically, the clasp need to positioned as illustrated:I hope this helps.
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dmath Wrote:I don't know all of the lengths but can verify that an IWC XS Deployant strap is 125/45. You can extrapolate from that.Based on your photo, it looks to me like you have the strap setup to be very tight on your wrist. This is, of course, personal preference but perhaps try it looser for a few days and maybe you will like the result.
andy stevens Wrote:It appears a XL strap is in order.