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There's a pair I'd pony up for if someone from Viberg would answer the U.K or U.S. sizing issue. Viberg uses UK sizing on their web site.  
I also have to work hard to find suitable watches because of my small wrists. I bought this Alfred Sung in the mid 80s. It’s tiny and thin yet still manly enough. This one was marketed as a mens item but these days womens’ watches can be an option since many are simply scaled down mens models. The trick is to find small watches that have straps nearly as wide as the case. If the proportions are good most people won’t notice the smallness since it will be in proper scale...
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