Just Recd mine today, 3 days after it was shipped fm Spain to Singapore. Fedex came in pouring rain, typical of Singapore. Used 2 1.6mm screwdrivers, not sure but u have to be more careful with smaller sized ones. A lot easier to remove than the ones on some other watches. I removed 5 links and I consider myself a little on the heavy side.
That's one thing that has surprised me about the Jellyfish. For all its size and weight, it rides very lightly on the wrist. Much different from my Black Monster, which otherwise is very similar dimensionally. I suspect it's because it can be sized so much more easily. I never got the Seiko sized precisely because it was a such a pain to deal with the friction pins and split collars. Also, the clasp is smaller on the Jellyfish. The wetsuit extension on the BM was at one end of the clasp and not integrated into it. This made a much longer clasp and it never rode very well.
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