Question about Watches
Depending on the model, if it is one that has a leather strap, then they are held in place with spring-bars that go through the ends of the band protruding out of each end. the points then insert into holes in the bezel lugs and thus hold the band in place.
The best method is using a tool made for this which you can pickup at any Harbor Fright Tools store if there is one in your area. Alternatively, use a small screwdriver and insert it against the inside of the lug where the band rides against. As you begin to pry downward away from the lug, you will see the spring-bar. Look for any ridges on the bar that can be used to pry further... it's really trial and error and use caution to not damage your band. another way that works quite well is a not-too-sharp knife. Again insert it between the band edge and the inside of the case lug and with pressure against the pin, pry downward away from the lug... the ping should disengage
Posted on Dec 06, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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