Question about Watches
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
on the small links, pop out the pin, either way, doesn't matter, then remove the bar sections (outer ingot looking part of link) by pushing the link inward toward where your wrist would be. The center scale looking piece will remain.
Then remove the sleeve which is slightly bigger in diameter than the pin, which is still connecting the center scale piece. I'll upload pix if anyone needs.
to put back together just reverse it. match up the two connecting center scale pieces, then insert the sleeve into them to connect them, then pop the ingot piece in from the center (where your wrist would be) then carefully slide in the pin, it should go halfway before you feel resistance, then carefully drive it home.
I think it will work with the bigger pieces as well, but didn't try, didn't need to remove any.
Posted on May 25, 2010
it's not much harder then normal push pins, just a little trick..push the pin out, doesn't matter which way. You will probably have to pull it out with pliers once you get it started.
once that pin is out, the band still won't come apart. There is another pin, a tube actually that the other pin went thru. it connects the center links. to remove it, you have to first remove the outer links. to do this you push them inwards, toward where your wrist would be if you were wearing it. (the links are actually two pieces-the center 'snake-skin' piece, and the outer bars. the outer bars are connected behind the center piece) the outer bars are what you push inward, they will pop out once the first pin is out.
Now you will just have the center piece connected to the adjacent center piece. That second pin (the tube) will just about fall out if you turn the band on its side. Now the bracelet will come apart.
To put back together, just line up the to center pieces, slide in the tube, then put the outer links in from behind the center piece (this actually locks the tube in place) then put in the long pin.
Ideally it will slide in halfway easily, then carefully tack it in fully. if it doesn't get in halfway jiggle the links and tap lightly. Don't use too much force until it's past 2/3 inserted or you will bend the pin.
Posted on Jun 11, 2010
please click the link below. it is a simple video on how to adjust straps by yourself.
i hope this would help you.
Posted on Jul 27, 2011
SOURCE: I have a invicta watch,
Look for the Invicta watch band on eBay.
Any watch band that is the same width at the watch connecting
location will fit. It need not be an Invicta band. Four posts project
from the watch case; two on each -- top and bottom. Measure the
distance between the posts, make sure that the band you obtain
will fit snugly between the posts. Be sure to get the correct size
of mounting pins to install the band on the watch properly.
Posted on Aug 21, 2011
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