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try your jewellery stores.. otherwise depending on location try maybe the following
www.ebay.com.au - australia www.ebay.com - for other countries overseas othwerwise google your closest... google up your local gumtree.com - for ppl in perth the address is: perth.gumtree.com.au try also amazon websites ( google actual address)
I just got a Citizen Eco-drive watch similar to this one (mine is titanium) for Christmas and took it into the jewelry store today to have it resized. Unfortunately, things didn't go well and it is now on it's way to another jewelers shop for repair. The pins have a short sleeve on them that is supposed to remain inside the links. However when they removed the links, the sleeves came out and they couldn't put them back in. Without the links, the pins do not remain secure in the links. I recommend you take you watch to a jeweler to have it adjusted professionally.
This may seem simple to do but it is literally a ***** of a task. Best to where amplifying glasses and use a ball point pen, not a pin or pencil. Push one side of the pin in while keeping a slight outward pressure on the band. When it releases be care full not to let it fly off into the void(which they can) and then move to where you need the band to be and reinstall using a single edge razor blade. Just carefully align the opposite side (assuming youve alredy put one end in)place the razor blade on center and slide the remaining pin into the hole area pull the blade out slowly and listen for it to click into place.
If it is a metal link band, you can remove a few segments. Segments are connected by split pens. You should see a thinner end and a bigger end; or an arrow on the inside shows where the thinner end should be.
Push the thinner end firmly with a pin or something until the big end pops out the opposite side.Use pliers to remove the pin.
Be careful, there are end caps on certain pins. You need a jewelers pin punch. Push the pins out (in the direction of the arrows). You'll see some pins come out with a tiny end cap on one end. If you lose this, you'll have to slightly bend or adapt one pin end, because if you replace it WITHOUT the end cap, it will start coming out in a few hours.
Actually, this seems to be the big end of the split pen. Take a pin and push into the opposite hole ontil the big end pops out, then use pliers to pull it out. It should be easy to put it back.
There should be an arrow on the inside of the band to show where to push.