Question about Skagen Watches
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Take a small flathead screwdriver, or maybe a metal nail file and pry up the catch.DO NOT pry up by placing the tool on the rod used for hooking the clasp side to this side. Just stick in the metal piece that is folded over ( it should have a little notch in it) and pry it up. If you still don't understand I will be glad to send you a picture later on today. PLEASE let me know either way!!
Posted on Aug 12, 2008
Stainless steel pins are readlily available to fit most any watch. You should be able to take it to a watch repairmens's shop and have them put it in.
Posted on Oct 31, 2009
OK basically there must be an element that you can push out in the direction of the arrow. Either there is a very thin pin (like a needle) that you can push out with a blunt sewing needle (break the tip), or there is a more sophisticated system as it is shown under the following link:
How to remove links from a watch strap
Posted on Dec 26, 2008
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just solved the mystery...U probably have too ..by now....but just in case..
here is a fun link to the solution by an actual user....was actually inspired by him...coz like I said I had mispaced the manual...
I just used my nail file and lifted the locking mechanism and moved it forward...Now I can sleep better tonite....!
Posted on Dec 27, 2008
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