Question about Diesel DZ7044 Watch
Can anyone help, I have a new watch strap to fit to DZ7023 (DZ7044 looks visually similar although I can see the secondary pin). I have removed the spring bar but have not been able to remove a secondary fixed bar which passes through the strap (the strap was cracked and I have cut it away from the second bar to remove). Any ideas how the second bar is removed, and how the new strap is fitted?
FYI new straps available from (around £26):-
dz7024 and dz7025 appear to be similar construction.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Leather wrist strap
I would scrap the strap - the odours are caused by the tanning chemicals getting wet. Retain the fastening and purchase half a meter of nylon ribbon loop it through the case pegs on one side glue them together and pierce for buckle holes. On the buckle side loop it through both case peg and buckle and fold and glue. You have a choice of colour and it cost only fraction of a new leather one- also you will have enough left to make two straps
Posted on Sep 12, 2007
SOURCE: How to adjust the watch strap
I just bought the o-ring watch by Starck, and it looks to have the same style of strap. If you look on the side of the clasp, you will see a pin on both ends. You have to remove these retention pins first (which may require tools that are unavailable to you). First, stabilize the watch on its side on a soft mat - I used the back of a mouse pad. Then, use a thin, stiff piece of metal tool to push the pins out slightly. I used a crafting tool. Once the pin sticks out enough, you can use a fine set of pliers to pull them the rest of the way out. (If this does not make much sense at this point, you may be best off going to watch shop.) Once you remove the pins, the clasp can be removed from the strap simply by lifting the clamp. You then trim the strap with a pair of sharp scissors to the appropriate length - make sure you see exactly what the end looks like, because the shortened strap will need to have the same apperance. After trimming, reclamp the clasp onto the strap, and reinsert the pin. You may need a small hammer to get the pins seated completely. Then, you're done. So obviously intuitive, why would anyone need directions, right? Honestly, Fossil did not make this one easy at all. Kind of irritating.
Posted on Aug 09, 2008
Type in your browser FOSSIL WATCHES.
You will find numerous sites. Go thru them till you find what you're looking for.
Posted on Dec 19, 2008
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